Laying wreaths, commemoration, paying respects to the victims of Crveni Krst Concentration Camp, as well as the march in the footsteps of camp prisoners by Scout Association of Niš marked the 79th anniversary of the breakout, which was then the only such endeavor in enslaved Europe. “The Crveni Krst Concentration Camp is a place of painful remembrance of the days of suffering, but it is also a place where our fellow citizens and patriots showed that they did not agree to slavery and oppression and that freedom has no price,” said Niš City Mayor Dragana Sotirovski on the occasion of breakout anniversary. Today, the ideal of freedom has been raised to an even higher level, because in order to be free, it is not enough for a person to just cut his own chains, but he or she must live in a way that respects the freedoms of others, said Mayor Sotirovski. According to the Mayor the city strives to preserve the historical heritage, and the permanent exhibition is an important segment of the work of this historical complex, a place of defiance and pride where new generations could learn about their historic heritage. Wreaths were laid at the memorial complex by delegations from the Serbian Army, the City of Niš, the Nišava Administrative District, the Police Administration, city municipalities, representatives of the Jewish and Roma communities, associations that nurture the traditions of liberation wars.