In Serbia, during the NATO bombings of 1999 the allied forces used ammunition with depleted uranium. Nearly 20 years on, on Monday, the head of the “Depleted Uranium” association Sveto Nogo said that cancer patients who believe their illness was caused by the uranium remnants will file charges against NATO member states either in September or in October. The statement was made at a two-day conference on the consequences of NATO bombing with the depleted uranium enriched ammunition, with 30 local and international legal, medical technical, atomic physic and ecology experts attending it. The event was held in the southern city of Nis.
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