Vlade Divac: NATO is wrong, March 24, 1999





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Published on Mar 4, 2008

Interwiev on Larry King Live, aired on March 24th, 1999.

Divac: "... I am worried about all innocent people either from the Serbian side or Albanian side and from American, European, whoever is there right now it's just a terrible situation ..."

Humanitarian work
Divac is a proactive humanitarian worker, focusing on aid to children worldwide and refugees in his home country. Along with six Serbian basketball teammates, Divac established the charity called Group Seven, later renamed to "Divac's Children Foundation", and works closely with International Orthodox Christians Charities (IOCC), helping them to raise around US$500,000 for humanitarian assistance in Serbia since 1997. Divac's own foundation, presided by his wife Snezana, provided over $2,500,000 in humanitarian assistance through 1998--2007.

In late 2007 Divac has founded a humanitarian organization, "You Can Do It too" (Serbian: Mozes i ti), bent on assisting the refugees in Serbia. Serbia has around 500,000 refugees from the 1990s Yugoslav wars, making it the country with the largest refugee problem in Europe. Around 7,800 of those people still live in collective centers under poor conditions, so the organization has vouched itself to buy abandoned countryside houses, in an attempt to finally solve their accommodation problem. To learn more go to:


On 21-23 September 2007, Divac organized an official farewell from active basketball career in his hometown Prijepolje and Belgrade, simultaneously promoting the "You Can Do It Too" campaign. The spectacle culminated in gathering of Divac and his worldwide friends in front of 10,000 people outside the National Assembly building.

(Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vlade_Divac)

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