Nine exhumed victims of the war in Croatia were identified yesterday by their families in Zagreb.
Nine exhumed victims of the war in Croatia were identified on Monday by their families in Zagreb, leaving a total of 1,768 missing persons yet to be found in Croatia.
Victims identified yesterday at Zagreb Judiciary medicine institute were exhumed in the Vukovar and Sisak areas of Croatia as well as in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ten families were invited to identification, but one did not come.
Five of the identified men were Croatian soldiers during the war. The status of the other victims wasn’t revealed, nor it was explained what happened to those exhumed in Bosnia.