I travelled far and wide in ex-Yugoslavia. Sometimes I feel really sick at what I see. Really sick, because it's a sheer determination to make sure that there is no reconciliation from the political perspective. This is what frightens me over there.
Maltese jurist Carmel Agius, ICTY judge since 2001 and its President since 2015 speaks of painful impressions from Tribunal’s courtrooms and from his visits to the region of former Yugoslavia where crimes are still denied and any attempt at reconciliation suppressed.