The Serbian government’s Missing Persons Commission said on Monday that the remains of 11 Serbs killed during the war in Croatia had been identified.
A statement said that the remains were identified by the Forensic Department of the Zagreb University School of Medicine. The remains are of people from different places in Croatia killed between 1991 and 1995.
“All remains were identified by DNA analysis,” the statement said.
The commission said that the remains of more than 1,400 Serbs killed in the war in Croatia had been exhumed from mass and individual graves and added that more than 980 remains have been identified.