Greek volunteers are fighting with Bosnian Serbs against Bosnian government troops "in the name of orthodoxy" and Greek-Serb friendship, AFP quoted the daily Ethnos as saying on 2 June. Reportedly several dozen Greeks fought with the Bosnian Serbs for periods of a few months up to two years during the last three years. One Greek fighter is quoted as saying there was "an anti-Serb and anti-orthodox genocide in Bosnia." He charged UN peacekeepers with "playing a dirty role in favor of the Moslems." AFP also quoted Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic as saying "the Serbs have only two friends, God and the Greeks."