During the Bosnian war, 3 more people were identified who were killed in different parts of the country in 1992-1995. Amila Kulick, who was 6 years old when she disappeared with several members of her family in 1992, has been identified by the gold earring that was attached to her ear when she died.
According to the statement issued by the Institute of Missing Persons of Bosnia and Herzegovina, three persons identified as Amila Kolek Rogotica, born in 1986, Zahid Perić, born in 1967, in the Raja district of Vlasinica, and Sedica Hrabatović, born in 1970, disappeared in the Krizević district .
The remains of the bones of Amila Kolic, who was 6 years old when she disappeared with several members of her family in 1992, when the war began, was found in Priposjevici, near Rogatica.
According to the institute, Kulich and five members of his family were killed in the area where they disappeared and their bodies were set on fire. Burnt bone fragments and a small gold earring were found during the studies, and her relatives determined that the earring belonged to Amilla. Through DNA tests, it was determined that the body belonged to Amila Kulich.
The bone fragments of the ascetic of Perić, who disappeared in the Raja district of Vlasinica, and of Hrabatović’s friend, who disappeared in the Krizević district, also matched the DNA samples taken from their relatives.
More than 100 thousand people lose
The Serbian Parliament decided to create the Republika Srpska of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a federal structure within Yugoslavia on December 21, 1991, as well as to recognize the Republika Srpska Krajina.
After Bosnia and Herzegovina declared its independence as a result of the referendum held on 29 February and 1 March 1992, the Yugoslav army and Serb-controlled Serb paramilitary units began ethnic cleansing against the Muslim Bosniaks.
More than 100 thousand people died in the Bosnian war, which lasted until December 14, 1995, and about 2 million people were forced to migrate from their areas.
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