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Poznan Must Not Forget Fate of Balkan Missing (Balkan Insight)

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The West Balkans summit will be a useful occasion for governments to check the progress made to account for the 12,000 people who went missing in the 1990s wars – and remain unaccounted for.

This week in Poznan, in western Poland, the countries of the Berlin Process, an initiative designed to foster stronger ties between the Western Balkans and the European Union, are meeting to review progress since their last meeting a year ago in London.

There will be positive news as far as the region’s effort to account for missing persons is concerned. Although governments in the Balkan region have accounted for more than 70 per cent of the 40,000 persons who went missing in the decade after 1991, 12,000 people remain unaccounted for.

See at: https://balkaninsight.com/2019/07/05/poznan-must-not-forget-fate-of-balkan-missing/

 

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