Serbian who died fighting against ISIS in Syria to be buried in Moscow

A Novi Sad man who died in Syria fighting as a volunteer will be laid to rest in Moscow, Vecernje Novosti is reporting on Wednesday.

The Belgrade daily named the man as 25-year-old Sasa Karan.

A commemorative gathering will be held in Novi Sad’s Trg Slobode (Freedom Square), the paper said.

Karan, who was the leader of Vojvodina football club’s supporter group (known as Firma), died while fighting against Islamic State, in the ranks of pro-Russian forces.

According to information received by some Firma members, Karan died two weeks ago in a land mine explosion.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. All my admiration for a Serbian hero fighting for what he believes in. Serbian heroes have never been in short supply…..The problem is that corrupt, weak Serbian politicians aren’t in short supply either.

  2. It seems wrong for Serbs to lose their lives battling in other countries while not fighting for Serbian interests at home. Why not defend Serbs in Kosovo and hunt don’t those who killed Serbs if a person is looking for a dangerous job?

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