On the same day, the Serbia parliament voted for the proposal put forward by the speaker of Parliament, Gore I Covic, to form a committee. According to the proposal, MP Darko Laketic led 5 to 6 members of Parliament to form a small committee to submit a report to the parliament every 6 months and to submit preliminary findings and recommendations in 2020.
In the parliamentary discussion before the vote, the majority of the members of the ruling party and the opposition party said that the 1999 NATO bombing had a causal relationship with cancer and other diseases in some parts of Serbia, so it was necessary to set up the Committee.
During the Kosovo war in 1999, NATO aircraft threw large quantities of bombs into some areas of the Southern Alliance, including depleted uranium bombs. Radioactive materials in depleted uranium bombs are harmful to the human body and the environment. Source: Xinhua editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682