Two Bosnian civilians were killed in the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and buried in a funeral at the Rakita cemetery in Vlasinica in the east of the country.
Osman Efendić and Rahman Hrinic, who were killed in the war and whose bodies were found years later, were buried after the funeral prayer.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Ramesh, Minister of Immigration war Recalling that thousands of Bosnian civilians were killed in Vlasinica at that time, he said that there were also concentration camps in this area where many people were locked up.
Simsu Avendić, who buried his seventh brother Osmo, who was lost in the war, said he was one of the survivors of eight brothers and said, “Now we know where his grave is.” He said.
The funeral was attended by Rahman’s parents, Safit and Sadiq Hrnjić, who was 13 years old when he was killed, and his sister, whom he had never known.
2,643 people were killed in Vlasinica
Three former Serbian soldiers Dragan Nikolic, Predrag Bastah and Goran Vesković have been sentenced to prison for massacres in Vlasinica.
Veljko Pesek, who served as a commandant in the Susica concentration camp in Vlasinica, where more than 8 thousand Bosnians were tortured, was released, because of his age, by the decision of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
During the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2,643 Bosnians, including 288 children, were killed in Vlasinica.
Bosnian civilians whose skeletal remains were found and identified were buried at the annual funeral ceremonies held on the martyrdom of Rakita.
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