|International Committee to Defend Slobodan Milosevic (Ireland)|
|The International Committee to Defend Slobodan Milosevic was founded on March 24th, 2001 during the 1st European Forum in Berlin.
The Irish Branch of ICDSM held its inaugural meeting in Dublin in July 2001 following the illegal kidnapping of Mr. Milosevic from his homeland and his deliverance to the Hague showtrials.
ICDSM has members in more than 20 countries worldwide. The goals and activities of ICDSM are being supporteed by over 1300 personalities from more than 30 countries.
The ICDSM has addressed appeals to the President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Dr. Vojislav Kostunica, and to the President of the Government of Serbia, Dr. Zoran Djindic, for the release of Mr. Slobodan Milosevic in accordance with the provisions of Yugoslav and Serbian law and the ruling of the Yugoslav Constitutional Court.
The ICDSM condemns the unconstitutional and illegal abduction of President Milosevic and his delivery to the Hague "tribunal" as an attack on Yugoslav sovereignty carried out by the USA, NATO and their Serbian puppets. The ICDSM demands the immediate release of President Milosevic from his illegal detention in the Hague and the abolition of the illegitimate so-called "International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia" as an extension of NATO and a tool used against the resistance of freedom fighters and patriots.
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