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Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center The Hague

‘Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center the Hague’ was established in the Netherlands to support Slobodan Milosevic in his struggle against The Hague Tribunal.  

The purpose of the Freedom Center is to inform the public of what is happening at The Hague Tribunal, the violations of international law and the gross violations of the rights of those accused by the tribunal.  

The necessity of the Freedom Center has become extremely urgent since the Tribunal, in violation of international law and even its own rules, denied Milosevic the right to present his own defense.   

Our goal is to present the truth about what happened in Yugoslavia, and to clarify the overriding political objectives of the tribunal, and its supporters. 

President Milosevic is fighting against a monstrous machinery that is determined to use any means to punish the Serbian people for their resistance against the destruction of Yugoslavia by terrorist and fascist forces. 

The destruction of Yugoslavia is not an isolated incident, nor is it solely the result of internal factors. It is also the result of external factors, and therefore an understanding of what happened to Yugoslavia is a precondition to understanding the present global situation. 

It is necessary that all people devoted to peace, truth and justice increase their forces, to expose the truth and undertake the important work of winning the hearts and minds of peace loving people, to unite and fight against fascism, terrorism and war.  

The Serbian people are the real ones accused by the Tribunal, and President Milosevic is in The Hague fighting for their future. 

The fact that Milosevic is in The Hague makes it necessary to have an organization in the Netherlands. For that reason President Milosevic chose Nico Varkevisser from Amsterdam to be his assistant, and the coordinator of this organization.  

‘Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center the Hague’ is an independent entity within the Dutch Foundation ‘Holland Yugoslavia’, an organization established during the NATO aggression against Yugoslavia in 1999. Apart from Nico Varkevisser, the board of the Freedom Center will include Nico Steijnen, an attorney from the Netherlands and Andy Wilcoxson, an analyst from the United States.  

Our objectives:  

‘Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center the Hague’ works independently, and together with others, towards the following objectives: 

1. To support Slobodan Milosevic in his struggle against The Hague Tribunal’s false indictments; 

2. To inform the public about the illegal establishment of ICTY, and to expose how it is used by NATO as a tool to cover up its aggression, and the crimes that it committed in and against the former Yugoslavia; 

3. To expose the unjust and secretive activities that characterize the ICTY, the violations of Slobodan Milosevic and other prisoner’s human rights, and the intolerable way that the tribunal conducts its trials; 

4. To represent Milosevic in litigation before the Dutch and international courts - to fight against his illegal extradition and the violations of his human rights perpetrated by the ICTY; 

5. To represent Milosevic in litigation before the Dutch and international courts - to secure his immediate release from prison; 

6. To provide the media and the public with the relevant news and research necessary to understanding how the former Yugoslavia was destroyed, and the forces behind its destruction; 

7. To defend the Serbian people against the false accusations that they were the culprits responsible for the tragedies that befell the former Yugoslavia; 

8. To raise awareness that the destruction of Yugoslavia was caused by external factors, with far-reaching consequences for the world, and Europe in particular; 

9. To make people aware of the increasing danger of fascism and terrorism being used as instruments by leading global powers to divide, destabilize and destroy entire nations; 

10. To contribute to the mobilization of the forces for peace, justice, freedom and equality of peoples; 

This is the mission of ‘Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center The Hague’

©2004 Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center
The Hague, The Netherlands

Last updated:
October 7, 2004

Board Members

Nico Varkevisser
Chairman & Assistant to President Milosevic

Nico Steijnen
Legal Affairs

Andy Wilcoxson
Trial Reporter & Researcher

Mailing Address

Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center the Hague
Sloterkade 20
1058 HE Amsterdam


+ 31 20 615 1120

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