Title: Letter from Serbia
Author: Anonymous
Date: 1994
Source: Retrieved on 18th November 2021 from struggle.ws
Notes: Published in Workers Solidarity No. 43 — Autumn 1994. The letter has been edited to reduce its length and clarify the language.

Dear comrades,

We have received your magazine Workers Solidarity so we’ve decided to write to you and inform you about the growth of anarchism in new Yugoslavia [ed. Serbia, Kosovo etc.].

The Anarchist movement started to grow at the end of 1993. Before that there were only anarchist zines and groups of people who did not function as anarchist/political groups but only carried out direct actions against war, fascism and government. Now there are three organising groups and some sections in several towns all over Serbia. Unfortunately, we could not do much until now because of the very bad economic situation but hopefully we are starting some good work. In February this year, together with comrades from Croatia and with financial support of comrades from the anarchist group ‘Germinal’ from Trieste, Italy we’ve published a bulletin called “Over the walls of nationalism and war”. 8,000 copies were printed. It was a big success in our anti-war and anti-nationalism projects and it was reviewed in some big official newspapers and even on TV.

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