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SARAJEVO, April 16 /SRNA/ - Members of the FBiH Civil Protection Administration determined on Tuesday the presence of metal in soil at a location near the RTV Home in the Sarajevo settlement of Alipašino Polje which is supposed to be a place where killed Sarajevo Serbs are buried, the president of the Association of Families of Missing Persons from the Sarajevo-Romanija Region, Milan Mandić, told SRNA on Tuesday.


He said that a demining team investigated the location on orders of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.

“According to my information, a great hole was dug in that location in December 1994 and mortal remains of killed Sarajevo Serbs who disappeared in Alipašino Polje, Čengić Vila, Nedžarići and other settlements, were thrown into it,” Mandić said.

According to him, a van was driven to the location where it was set on fire and destroyed and thrown into the hole on the bodies of killed Serbs.

“People from the FBiH Civil Protection Administration did their job very professionally. Their equipment showed that there is metal in soil in that area. They wrote a report that will be submitted to prosecutor Vesna Ilić. I don’t know when she will forward it to the BiH Court so that the court can order exhumation,” Mandić explained.

He says he will talk to Ilić this week to find out when she will do it.

“She is talking too much but is doing nothing,” Mandić said.

According to him, this case has been dragged since March 30, 2016.

Mandić said that an amusement park was set up in that location during the last exhumation so that the excavation was not possible.

The Sarajevo-Romanija Association of Families of Missing Persons is still searching for around 180 missing Sarajevo Serbs. /end/sg