ATHENS - The Society of Greek-Serbian Friendship will send a convoy of aid in food and medical supplies to Yugoslavia on April 20, Society representatives told a news conference Friday.
The 16-truck convoy will be carrying aid in food and medical supplies worth a total of over 2 million german marks.
The Athens-based Society of Greek-Serbian Friendship will continue the drive of collecting aid for the population in Yugoslavia which has most heavily been affected by brutal aggressor NATO devastation.
Relief aid convoys will leave for Yugoslavia at 20-day intervals.
The Society also informed the press that it had engaged lawyers who would bring charges against the NATO leaders for aggression on Yugoslavia and the many civilian lives it has taken before the Greek Bar and the Hague International Court.