The Orthodox Church of St. Procopius in Visoko – Bosnia and Herzegovina attacked and desecrated



The Orthodox Church in Visoko, which was declared a national treasure of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been vandalized – the outside walls were desecrated by graffiti with anti Serbian and offensive content.

‘You should all be castrated (in order) not to reproduce!’  “Dead chetnik (Serb) is good chetnik!” – even the second generation of Bosnians is full of hatred. 

Parish priest and elders of the Church of St. Procopius,  Marko Jakovljevic confirms that the police did an investigation, and that the first information shows that the church was ‘invaded by children’, according to the footprints found on the spot.

–  Certainly children couldn’t  write the graffiti, and it was done by adults.  There were, obviously more groups according to the signs and symbols of coats of arms more football teams.

The unknown persons who entered the church through the window, have scattered the items that were in the altar, and Jakovljevic said that nothing was stolen and that their goal was just to inflict damage.

Investigation was preformed by Police Department Visoko,  civil protection service  cleaned the graffiti and repaired the damage.