For example, on August 30, 1994, he was briefed by Colonel Branko Krga
, his chief of intelligence, about how the international community was highly concerned by "the issue of human rights" and Serbia's "readiness to cooperate with the International War Crimes Tribunal." (32) Nevertheless, General Perisic kept providing support to the Bosnian Serb army even after learning of the enormous massacre in Srebrenica in the summer of 1995.
About 20 key generals and admirals said in a statement they were ``completely united in supporting'' General Branko Krga
, now caretaker Chief of Staff of the Yugoslav Army.