Ambassador pays respect to victims of war crimes

U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Michael Murphy (second from left), along with Adnin Hasić (far left), president of the Association of Families of Victims of Sutina/Uborak; Diana Salčin (far right), member of the Association; and Sanela Kuko (third from left), president of the Assembly of the Civilian Victims Association Mostar, paid respects to the civilian victims of the Sutina and Uborak war crimes, Feb. 2. In June 1992, Serb forces killed 117 citizens and threw their bodies into mass graves near the Uborak Landfill and Sutina Cemetery in Mostar. No one has been prosecuted for this crime. Honoring all civilian victims of the 1992-1995 war is essential for genuine reconciliation and an essential element in building an inclusive future for all BiH citizens.

Photo by Jasna Smoljan

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