Three more victims of the war in Bosnia have been identified at the Podrinje Identification Project in Tuzla and the Center for Autopsy and Identification in Gorazde, the Institute for Missing Persons of BiH said.
The three Bosniak victims went missing in 1992 and 1995 in Croatia, Zvornik and Zepa. The victims were identified through the DNA analysis and their family members confirmed the results.
One of them is Sadik Osmanovic, born in 1964 in Bijeljina. He disappeared in 1992 in Erdut, Croatia, and his remains were exhumed in BiH.
Another victim is Mustafa Dzananovic, born in 1960 in Podosoje, Srebrenica. He disappeared at the Liplje-Zvornik site in the summer of 1995, and his remains were exhumed from a mass grave discovered at the site in 2001. After signing the record of identification, the family gave their consent for Dzananovic to be laid to rest at the collective funeral in the Srebrenica-Potocari Memorial Centre.
The third victim is Hamed Salic, born in 1927 in Pripecol, who went missing in Zepa in the summer of 1995. His remains were exhumed at the Slap-Hrast site in 2014, the BiH Missing Persons Institute said.