of killed citizens in the terrorist actions of the Albanian separatists in the region of the AP of Kosovo and Metohija, during the time period between January 1st and October 22nd, 1998
a) Killed citizens of Serbian and Montenegrin nationalities
Belic –ordje (1938), Vasic Desimir (1948), Ristic Milorad (1938), Prascevic Slobodan (1945), Vlahovic Milovan (1933), Vujosevic Vukosava (1933), Antic Ilija, Kovac Darinka, Radunovic Milos (1934), Radunovic Milica (1935), Radosevic Slobodan (1934), Jaredic Nenad (1970), Lazarevic Dalibor (1983), Djurickovic Julka (1933), Simic Vidosava (1932), Jovanovic Blagoje (1944), Milic Zivojin (1930), Zajic Oliver (1980), Skrkic Slavko (1956), Spasic Rados (1945), Zmigic Grujica (1972), Bisevac Svetomir (1954), two unidentified bodies, unidentified body, Majmarevic Aleksandar (1971), Kostic Andjelko (1936), Simic Bora (1962), Kazic Vekoslav (1973), Fildjokic Jagos (1956), Stosic Velizar (1935), Krstic Rados (1964), Knezevic Velimir (1920), Stepic Radovan (1959), Simic Cveta (1929), Stojanovic Predrag (1976), Radivojevic Tadija
b) Killed citizens, members of the Albanian national minority
Sejdi Muja (1946), Mustaf Kurtaj (1971), Murat Dajakaj (1960), Recaj Alija (1960), Berisa Saliju (1948), Avduljaj Bajram, Zogaj Ibrahim (1940), Zogaj Ramadan, Zogaj Fadilj, Salijaj Ibrahim (1950), Desko Cerim (1955), Djemalj Krasnici (1940), Bakaj Binak (1943), Basot Nazif (1959), Krasnici Vejsel (1951), Beg Sabanaj, Hajdar Kuci, Bebi Mustafa (1956), Gasi Avdulj (1949), Taci Ahmet (1931), Pnisa Nedzat, Sadrija Komoni (1933), Causi Cesta (1965), Taci Uka (1972), Berisa Zumber (1936), Alija Bajram, Gasi Ajet (1954), Sehu Isi (1955), Krueziju Sadri (1957), Gasi Mark (1927), Hoti Abaz (1945), Djuka Adem (1971), Djuka Bakir (1977), Ljuljzim Bujupi (1961), Stavica Bakije (1960), Hanumsahe Eminazeri (1949), Merturi Prena, Merturi Mire (1934), Krasnici Preka (1932), Krasnici Prende (1935), Krueziu Djemailj (1963), Koljoli Ljatifa (1953), Koljoli Rusa (1979), Gasi Bedjet (1943), Gasi Ruzdiu (1958), Eljsani Nedzmedin (1965), Frokaj Ilira (1967), Frokaj Tus, Hodza Jusuf (1938), Krasnici Nurija, Gasi Hajrula, Adzija Seferaj, Poniku Arsim (1979), Poniku Asret (1964), Domdjonas Marijan (1946), Djekaj Dina (1951), Binakaj Ekrem (1958), Hajdari Djulje (1925), Zukaj Sefcet (1945), Berisa Haljilj (1941), Bahri Sulja, Djemaj Betim (1985), Djemaj Behar (1987), Adrijana Klinaku, Spetim Robaj (1957), Barjaktari Bafti (1913), Æufaj Sulje (1922), Gasi Ljuman (1955), Drena Zef (1932).
v) Citizens of other nationalities
Sope Muhamed (1959), Krasnici Naim (1953), Berisa Ismet (1972)
g) Corpses of unidentified persons
In 8 cases, 42 unidentified corpses found.
of killed employees of the Ministry of the Interior, in the terrorist actions of the Albanian separatists in the region of the AP of Kosovo and Metohija, during the time period between January 1st and October 31st, 1998
Cvejic Nebojsa (1964), Radojcic Goran (1968), Ivanovic Radoica (1969), Vujkovic Miroslav (1971), Jovanovic Milan (1971), Radakovic Rade (1961), Koncarevic Andreas (1973), Otovic Miodrag (1962), Tenic Milan (1963), Nikolic Milovan (1974), Ristic Dragoljub (1955), Jovanovic Sasa (1972), Micic Aleksandar (1969), Djukic Dragoljub (1964), Bjelanovic Dragan (1973), Urosevic Dusan (1967), Fatic Tomislav (1973), Sijan Zeljko (1960), Ivaz Darko (1964), Karavelic Branko (1967), Lukic Zivorad (1965), Stamenkovic Dragan (1961), Jovanovic Sasa (1966), Gajic Rajko (1961), Miric Sladjan (1973), Scepanovic Vitomir (1972), Grozdanovic Slavoljub (1961), Tintor Pero (1971), Prelevic Dejan (1974), Rajkovic Milorad (1957), Radunovic Mirko (1962), Rajkovic Petar (1976), Mihajlovic Dejan (1971), Æeranic Zoran (1962), Andric Goran (1975), Vicentijevic Nebojsa (1971), Kandic Marinko (1965), Erakovic Ivan (1967), Prica Dejan (1971), Filipovic Sasa (1974), Tiosavljevic Goran (1969), Trifunovic Dejan (1962), Bicok Zoltan ( 1964), Stefanovic Bora (1970), Stojanovic Velibor (1974), Milic Dragan (1961), Cecaric Goran (1966), Batancev Mladen (1956), Pesic Momir (1968), Petrovic Zlatko (1960), Marjanovic Srecko (1973), Djuricic Branko (1969), Jankovic Sasa (1972), Sunjevic Elvis (1969), Belosevic Nenad (1973), Bozic Zeljko (1952), Veselinovic Branislav (1972), Peric Miroslav (1952), Savic Nebojsa (1967), Draskovic Srdjan (1967), Djokic Zoran (1970), Kocic Bojan (1975), Bukilic Zdravomir (1970), Jovanovic Zoran (1973), Radjenovic Milorad (1962), Sukovic Dragoljub (1960), Miskin Zdravko (1957), Vojnovic Gojko (1958), Petrovic Goran (1968), Stojanovic Dragan (1966), Anicic Zoran (1970), Stojanovic Miomir (1955), Perovic Srdjan (1962), Petrovic Miroslav (1964), Klasnja Miroslav (1963), Krvavac Milomir (1965), Milenkovic Goran (1975), Mihajlovic Sinisa (1965), Savic Aleksandar (1974), Jankovic Ilija (1958), Vasiljevic Zoran (1970), Menkovic Branislav (1956), Gorjanovic Slobodan (1970), Bradic Milos (1963), Plahota Boris (1968), Zivadinovic Goran (1969), Bojanic Slavomir (1970), Petrovic Ognjen (1975), Tadic Dragoslav (1962), Pantovic Aleksandar (1973), Slovic Miroslav (1974), Radovanovic Rajko (1973), Nikolic Goran (1972), Ljubomirovic Ljubomir (1966), Miljkovic Veljko (1968), Milic Sreten (1970), Popovic Sladjan (1971), Jeftic Nebojsa (1968), Simeunovic Sasa (1969), Jovicic Zeljko (1966), Barac Dejan (1972), Lukic Dragisa (1976), Djordjevic Ranko (1963), Stankovic Nenad (1970), Markovic Goran (1971), Kostic Zivorad (1961), Jakovljevic Dejan (1968), Aluri Nazmi (1973).
of the wounded and injured citizens in the terrorists actions of the Albanian separatists in the region of Kosovo and Metohija during the time period between January 1st and October 31st, 1998.
a) Wounded and injured citizens of Serbian and Montenegrin nationalities
Nikolic Blagoja (1952), Vukojicic Veroslav, Djuricic Zdravko (1956), Boskovic Perko (1951), Boskovic Bosko (1978), Jovanovic Blagoje (1944), supruga Jovanovic Blagoja, Stojanovic Dragoslav, Stojanovic Mijat, Stijovic Veselin, Radosevic Stanisa (1974), Stijovic Novak (1966), Cusic Slavka, Vlahovic Bosko (1963), Mijovic Miso (1948), Djurisic Dragan (1952), Jaksic Dalibor (1976), Rakocevic Savo (1941), Deverdzic Dragisa, Deverdzic Ilinka, Djuric Draga, Stefanovic Darko, Djuricic Miloje (1969), Komazec Rajko (1955), Jovanovic Slavoljub (1936), Miljanovic Slavisa (1969), Vukovic Slobodan, Djordjevic Nenad (1962), Zivkovic Savo (1926), Zivkovic Novka (1935), Djordjevic Petar (1941), Barovic Desanka (1957), Sindic Ljubinka (1955), Ristic Svetozar (1934), Vulic Lela (1980), Culafic Nastradin (1925), Simic Cveta (1929), Mihajlovic Miroslav (1959), Lukic Jovan, Mihajlovic Miroslav, Radovanovic Mateja, Bozanic Dragica, Kovacevic Radmila (1952), Andrejevic Boro (1962), Stojanovic Aleksandar (1975), Smigic Novica (1970), Curicic Milic (1968), Djordjevic Velibor (1935), Stasic Vladimir (1979), Miljanovic Dragoljub (1969), Trpkovic Branko (1975), Stankovic Stanimir (1968), Gogic Dragoljub, Milentijevic Miroslav (1931), Stojanovic Aleksandar (1975), Spasojevic Dragica (1973), Spasic Zivorad (1950), Stojanovic Zoran (1965), Stanisavljevic Miodrag (1960), Vucic Ljubomir, Bojkovic Branko
b) Wounded and injured citizens, members of the Albanian national minority
Djavid Salja (1949), Bibaj Mikelj, Rifat Cupevaj (1953), Igbala Tahiraj, Taci Riza (1931), Hajdini Selja (1948), Hoti Ajeta (1933), Uk Nikaj (1926), Jakup Hoti (1945), Djakoli Saban, Djakoli Redzo, Nezaj Uka (1971), Nezaj Zoja (1982), Baljaj Ramadan, Rustemaj Gani (1965), Tahiraj Djemija (1954), Tahiraj Adrijana (1954), Neziri Raze (1936), Bakaj Ardjent (1980), Smalj Salja (1958), Sopaj Djeljadin (1968), Kuci Skeljzen, Hiljmi Hodza, Faik Osmanija, Hajdinaj Hakija (1975), Haki Uka, Ljusaj Sika (l919), Merdita Marko (1952), Djevdet Stuljcaku (1962), Seljatin Hasani (1963), Bajrami Azem, Bajrami Amza (1963), Gasi Hazir (1962), Isljami Beram, Dedaj Mark (1952), Morina Imer (1933), Rapi Pren (1958), Morina Rahman (1962), Krueziu Resmija (1977), Sabani Naim (1968), Djemaj Spetim (1989), Djemaj Nafi (1987), Krasnici Asim (1987), Krasnici Miljaim (1984), Dragadela Zuherija (1986), Dragadela Aferdita (1992), Cendresa Klinaku (1998), unidentified child, Vehrija Klinaku (1967), Mirveta Klinaku (1975), Isak Klinaku (1942), Adnan Vezaj (1973), Hakljaj Skodran (1984), Hakljaj Avdija (1984), Hakljaj Sokolj (1984), Ilir Tolaj (1961), Linda Bunjaku (1963), Mazreku Nuhi, Alitjah Bedri (1979), Selitaj Marija (1955), Zumer Buzaku (1980), Bujar Bitici (1976), Drena Peter (1963).
c) Wounded and injured citizens of other nationalities and ethnic groups
Gugna Adem, Ajrizaj Tahir, Ernand Muminovic (1972), Menekse Admir (1979), Mehmeti Rifat, Dzambalic Fata (1954)
d) Wounded and injured foreign citizens
MITIN SERGEJ (1972), journalist of the "Izvestia" newspaper from Moscow, official of the Canadian Embassy in Belgrade, Margaret Brigson(1952), New Zeland citizen, representative of the ICRC.
of wounded and injured employees of the MI of the Republic of Serbia, in the terrorist actions of the Albanian terrorist bands in the region of Kosovo and Metohija during the time period between January 1st and October 31st, 1998
Damjanovic Bozidar, Djordjevic Zvonko, Novicevic Radoje (1954), Kandic Milenko, Damjanovic Pavle, Matejic Slavisa, Mrdalj Zeljko, Tomic Zivko, Fabijanic Predrag, Sare Nenad, Pavasovic Zeljko, Vujosevic Nenad, Bogojevic Stevo, Krtinic Miodrag, Arandjel Sinisa, Rajkovic Rajko, Vidic Sinisa, Raicevic Filip, Jokic Slobodan, Jevtic Milan, Vulic Miroslav, Radosavljevic Vladica, Stepanov Nikola, Spasic Budimir, Tomovic Dragos, Milojevic Gligorije (1963), Miletic Miroslav (1963), Dukic Predrag, Ivezic Slavisa (1963), Ilic Srdjan, Nikolic Bojan, Krstic Dobrivoje, Vucic Dejan (1970), Jovanovic Ivica (1970), Stevanovic Dejan (1971), Stanojcic Djuro, Agovic Iso (1963), Jovic Jovica, Kondic Goran (1969), Pumpalovic Slavisa (1979), Bozovis Cedomir, Cmiljanic Zoran, Filipovic Srecko, Markovic Srdjan, Petrovic Svetislav (1968), Zakic Milivoje (1961), Djuricic Sasko (1963), Soskic Rados (1965), Nedeljkovic Ranko (1965), Dabizljevic Zoran (1964), Jakovljevic Zelimir (1970), Popovic Vekoslav (1966), Ristic Predrag (1949), Andrejevic Slavoljub (1971), Cubovic Sladjan (1972), Tanasijevic Mladen (1974), Djordjevic Dragoljub, Peric Vladan, Antic Momcilo, Radovic Dimitrije, Novakovic Miladin (1961), Jankovic Radojica, Nastic Drazen (1970), Marjanovic Branislav (1965), Rakovic Predrag (1971), Vujevic Mladen (1974), Tomasevic Slavko (1962), Andrejevic Zoran (1970), Miladinovic Goran (1972), Jovicic Dragan (1967), Bogicevic Dalibor (1973), Veljkovic Boban (1969), Kovacevic Dusan, Vukojcic Nebojsa (1969), Rasovic Dimitrije (1964), Milanovic Nenad, Petrovic Miloje (1962), Asanin Slavko (1973), Milatovic Tatjana (1966), Salipur Vidomir (1970), Bulatovic Branko (1969), Sedlarevic Radule (1969), Obrenovic Dragan (1972), Tomic Mladjan (1968), Petkovic Stoja (1948), Bajceta Vukadin (1971), Marusic Miloje (1965), Dabizljevic Dragan (1971), Kizic Rajko (1962), Tot Zoltan (1962), Skoric Marko (1974), Milenkovic Nebojsa, Boljevic Pedja (1969), Savic Nenad (1973), Mitic Goran (1966), Terzin Vladimir (1977), Mitic Mica (1973), Jankulin Sasa (1976), Drljevic Dejan (1972), Novakovic Goran (1969), Novicevic Zeljko (1973), Keseljevic Dragan (1954), Zivkovic Nenad (1973), Krstovic Vladan, Milaic Nenad (1970), Kuc Borivoje (1960), Nisovic Milorad, Djordjevic Sasa, Radic Slobodan, Josifovic Dragutin, Stojankovic Goran (1971), Vasiljevic Branko, Kantar Branislav, Stajic Dusan, Meseldzija Dragan, Gajic Milorad, Djuric Ivica, Kostadinovic Nenad, Radic Zoran, Jakovljevic Predrag, Milovic Nenad, Jecmenica Goran, Jovanovic Goran, Milovanovic Simeon, Kondzulovic Milan, Marjas Milan, Dimeski Dejan, Antanaskovic Goran, Mitic Milan, Matic Bozo, Popadic Radule, Djuric Goran, Bojcic Petar (1971), Petrovic Dragan, Popovic Aleksandar (1966), Stanimirov Slavce (1969), Ristic Vitomir (1974), Krstic Srdjan (1967), Milenkovic Zoran (1962), Matic Rade (1975), Nikolic Branislav (1966), Miladinovic Novica (1972), Jovancic Jovan (1964), Potic Vladica (1966), Bogdanovic Dejan (1961), Popov Darko (1974), Bakic Sadrija (1951), Zivojinovic Goran (1969), Radojkovic Dejan (1978), Dimitrijevic Zoran (1968), Mudrinic Zdravko (1973), Petrovic Vojkan (1970), Radanovic Dragan (1979), Kuruc Dejan (1975), Grcej Milan, Pekic Mihailo (1972), Kitanovic Dragoslav (1970), Vasiljevic Predrag (1971), Lapajne Zoran (1967), Nedeljkovic Milan (1974), Cosic Nenad (1971), Jankovic Branislav, Sljivic Nenad, Stankov Dejan, Jovanovic Vojislav, Lolic Stevan (1953), Scelanovic Dragan (1960), Stojadinovic Zoran (1972), Pesic Momir (1968), Zivanovic Dusan, Djorac Danilo (1969), Gajic Goran (1970), Krstovic Vladan (1971), Stamenovic Slavoljub (1969), Places Srdjan (1977), Dimitrov Zoran (1964), Grbic Goran (1965), Djurovic Dragan, Cabarkapa Milomir, Agusi Rustem, Paunovic Nebojsa (1977), Radevic Ivan (1973), Cekete Zoltan (1966), Adamovic Radoje (1963), Petrusic Goran (1965), Borcic Dusan (1965), Ilic Milan (1967), Nestorovic Slavisa (1966), Tasic Zvonko (1974), Aritonovic Vladica (1964), Peric Radovan (1964), Maksimovic Ljubisa (1970), Tmusic Zoran (1964), Milicevic Petko (1967), Martinovic Mladjo (1975), Jovanovic Damjan (1968), Vukicevic Dragoljub (1962), Karan Djordje (1977), Pavicevic Nebojsa (1972), Radovanovic Marko (1967), Nikolic Milojko (1964), Stojanovic Ivica (1970), Ibric Sasa (1970), Nikolic Zoran (1968), Denic Dragan (1962), Novakovic Zeljko (1968), Vukcic Milisav (1962), Balanac Damir (1973), Vucinic Dragan (1963), Dimic Stanko (1969), Todorovic Dragan, Tmusic Tihomir (1967), Nikolic Slavko (1972), Mircic Zvonimir (1971), Tesic Milenko (1870), Kosanic Cedomir (1968), Jankovic Zoran (1971), Manic Radovan (1961), Milanov Sinisa, Lecic Milan, Orlovic Mile, Blagojevic Drago, Krstic Boban, Stevanovic Jovica, Mladenovic Spasoje, Vasic Budimir, Rangelov Ivan, Stojanovic Dobrivoje, Vujic Bogdan, Milkic Dusko, Stojanovic Srba, Stevic Milorad, Rancic Nebojsa (1964), Vasic Boban (1970), Jovanovic Branimir (1970), Ilic Dragan (1970), Popovic Branko (1960), Karapandzic Obrad (1963), Sabo Vladimir, Cvetkovic Dejan (1973), Radunovic Miroslav (1968), Dimic Dragan, Dragic Goran (1972), Kojda Mirko (1971), Arsic Nebojsa (1974), Kovacevic Petar, Mitrovic Dragan, Velimirov Uros, Perisic Radivoje (1964), Veljkovic Slobodan (1968), Stojmenovic Stojan (1970), Trajkovic Slavoljub (1968), Sedlarevic Radule (1969), Radovic Zoran, Milenkovic Ivica (1969), Markovic Predrag (1963), Miric Dragisa (1970), Djordjevic Milan (1970), Veljkovic Zoran, Antic Bratislav, Domazetovic Milan (1962), Zdrnja Ranko (1965), Jovic Ljubisa (1967), Nikolic Mile, Vabros Djuro (1954), Gacic Srecko (1977), Gasic Milen (1975), Stankovic Zoran, Aleksic Srecko, Djordjevic Goroljub (1960), Milanovic Zoran (1974), Arsic Tomislav, Smiljkovic Dragan, Boljevic Nebojsa, Asanin Tomislav (1968), Cirkovic Miroslav (1969), Marinkovic Goran (1967), Vasiljevic Budimir, Djuricic Milan, Pavlovic Dejan (1971), Vostic Goran, Barac Dusan (1971), Milutinov Rade (1971), Krivokapic Vladislav (1966), Drinic Stanislav (1968), Stojanovic Goran (1970), Stankovic Boban (1973), Cvetkovic Ljubisa (1970), Paunovic Slavoljub (1970), Rasovic Dimitrije (1964), Bosanac Nenad (1974), Cvetkovic Sasa, Dimic Djoka (1964), Radojcic Nenad (1967), Petkovic Dragan (1975), Andjelkovic Ljubisa (1965), Rakonjac Miroslav (1963), Ristic Miroljub, Aleksic Nenad, Miljkovic Bratislav, Vojinovic Radivoje (1970), Stojkovic Jovica, Nikolic Radoslav, Radojcic Aleksandar, Nikolic Miroslav, Ristic Slavisa (1964), Petkovic Nenad (1971), Samac Slobodan (1970), Stojkovic Branko, Vuckovic Bogdan (1962), Jovanovic Nenad (1968), Obradovic Predrag (1975), Dabic Zoran (1974), Kajkut Dusan (1967), Ljusic Desimir (1957), Milosevic Mirko, Spasojevic Milan, Kovacevic Dragan, Plavsic Miroslav, Sulburic Miroslav, Jovicic Aca, Jovic Nebojsa, Rondovic Vuk (1968), Markovic Slavko (1952), Jacovic Krstivoje (1958), Velickovic Vladan (1969), Milosevic Sasa (1974), Krasic Milan (1978), Djorovic Drago (1968), Simov Sasa (1971), Stanisic Zoran (1965), Galo Marko (1961), Ivanovic Milutin (1973), Popovic Milosav (1967), Popovic Goran (1968), Vukovic Bojan (1974), Ivanovic Slavoljub (1945), Vranic Micko (1971), Cvetinovic Radoje (1961), Vukomanovic Milan (1971), Vukadinovic Zdravko (1968), Todorovic Milosav (1969), Vujisic Goran (1969), Petrovic Ljubomir (1962), Jankovic Milomir (1962), Gajic Radomir (1971), Djurisic Slavoljub (1963), Colic Branislav (1971), Djokic Igor (1975), Stojanovic Sasa (1972), Vasic Milan (1961), Jovicic Goran (1966), Skoric Sasa (1966), Jajic Zlatko (1961), Krgovic Bogoljub, Pavletovic Bogoljub (1967), Trajkovic Dragan (1965), Djurdjevic Nebojsa (1977), Vasic Jovan (1965), Radojevic Jovan, Madjerovic Ljubisa (1971), Radovanovic Vladan, Todorovic Sasa, Damjanovic Zoran, Rajic Branko (1951), Stanisic Milosav (1970), Velickovski Predrag (1965), Pejica Milivoje (1958), Peric Ljubisa (1969), Markovic Milivoje, Sofronijevic Goran, Stanojevic Slobodan (1974), Stojanovic Radosav (1966), Lukovic Dejan (1972), Petrovic Goran (1972) i Ilic Dragan (1970).
of citizens and employees of the MI kidnapped by the Albanian terrorists during the time period between January 1st and October 31st, 1998.
a) Citizens of Serbian and Montenegrin nationalities
Stijovic Konstadin (1931), Radosevic Stanisa (1974), Radosevic Rosa (1938), Stijovic Novak (1966), Stijovic Milka (1934), Popovic Stanislava (1942), Vlahovic Milka (1935), Vlahovic Milovan (1933), Vujosevic Vukosava (1933), Antic Ilija, Kovac Darinka, Vujosevic Darinka (1929), Radunovic Milos (1934), Radunovic Milica (1935), Radunovic Zdravko, Radosevic Slobodan (1934), Mikic Vladan (1966), Mikic Slobodan (1980), Mikic Igor (1977), Jaredic Nenad (1970), Smigic Dostana (1957), Suljinic Miroslav (1969), Smigic Milisav (1918), Smigic Radomir (1944), Smigic Aleksandra (1923), Smigic Sultana (1922), Smigic Dragan (1960), Spasic Zarko (1963), Zaric Ivan (1974), Kandic Ceda (1954), Milic Zivojin (1930), Milic Predrag, Ilic Miodrag, Vukovic Vucic (1961), Vujisic Novica (1980), Vostic Dragoljub (1929), Vostic Radomir (1931), Vukmirovic Dragan (1958), Adzancic Zoran (1968), Gojkovic Filip (1952), Adzancic Petar (1970), Adzancic Dusan (1972), Trifunovic Miroslav (1955), Savic Srboljub (1971), Lempic Bozidar (1959), Marjan Buha (1948), Dobric Vojka (1923), Dobric Rosa (1954), Dobric Zlata (1944), Blagojevic Sinisa (1966), Krstic Miodrag (1964), Krstic Milovan (1969), Mitrovic Boban (1958), Krstic Zivorad (1930), NN lice, Miljkovic Ratko (1938), Miljkovic Cedomirka, Miladinovic Srboljub (1967), Petkovic Jefta (1947), Marinkovic Zvonko (1948), Kovacevic Zeljko (1970), Bakrac Vojko (1950), Bakrac Ivan (1979), NN lice, Jeftic Dejan (1979), Jeftic Krsta (1979), Stankovic Stanko (1950), Bisevac Svetomir (1954), Latas Djuro (1949), Simic Cveta (1929), Saric Momcilo, Kostic Jugoslav (1970), Lukic Jovan (1954), Vitosevic Srecko (1968), Vitosevic Srdjan (1972), Djinovic Dusko (1959), Cabarkapa Cedomir (1950),Baljosevic Tomislav (1937), Baljosevic Sasa (1967), Stojanovic Aleksandar, Stosic Velizar (1935), Tomic Svetozar, Djoric Djordje (1970), Stanojevic Krsto (1960), Patrnogic Dusko (1959), Bozanic Mladen (1949), Bozanic Nemanja (1982), Bozanic Novica (1962), Bozanic Tihomir (1969), Bozanic Vesna (1968), Bozanis Bosko, Bozanic Duska, Banzic Spasoje (1951), Banzic Slavica (1962), Banzic Desanka, Simic Srecko (1939), Simic Olga (1945), Burdjic Slavka (1941), Burdjic Milutin (1914), Burdjic Stanojka (1930), Burdjic Spasoje (1937), Burdjic Peda, Bozanic Dobrila (1972), Vasic Jovan (1924), Banzic Desanka (1918), Bozanic Dragica (1956), Kostic Lazar (1972), Kostic Todor (1965), Kostic Sasko (1976), Kostic Zivko (1976), Kostic Srecko (1976), Kostic Miroljub (1967), Kostic Vekoslav (1968), Kostic Svetomir (1965), Kostic Nebojsa, Kostic Miodrag (1960), Nikolic Rajko (1955), Nikolic Cvetko (1981), Kostic Vitko (1928), Kostic Stanoje (1932), Kostic Kosara (1936), Nikolic Mirjana (1960), Kostic Petra (1938), Kostic Danica (1944), Kostic Lazarka (1936), Cucurevic Desanka (1926), Kostic Pomirka (1945), Kostic Zvonko (1966), Misic Stanoje (1973), Misic Mitra (1973), Misic Darinka (1928), Trpkovic Borka (1980), Stojanovic Zagorka (1965), Krstic Vukadin (1915), Otac Jovan (1958), Krstic Radomir (1931), Krstic Ljubica (1910), Krstic Branko (1938), Misic Leposava (1914), Prodanovic Dragomir, Jelic Romilo (1973), Rancic Vladimir (1973), Djordjevic Ancelka (1949), Preradovic Branko (1976), Trajkovic Ivan (1970), Djordjevic Goran (1962), Tomic Nenad (1965), Simic Ivica (1970), Filjdjokic Milorad (1958), Baljosevic Slavka (1936), Lukic Roksanda, Lukic Jovanka, Lukic Bojana (1985), Lukic Radoslav, Lukic Bojan (1976), Lukic Sinisa, Lazic Veselin (1951), Stankovic Milovan, Slavuj Djuro (1958), Perenic Ranko (1958), Bisercic Zivorad (1949), Nedeljkovic Ljubisa, Blagojevic Srecko (1985), Rankovic Dalibor (1980), Dobricic Vladimir (1948), Radosevic Nebojsa (1966), Radosavljevic Ranko i Milanovic Milena (1941).
b) Citizens, members of the Albanian national minority
Berisa Saliju (1948), Avduljaj Bajram, Zogaj Ibrahim (1940), Zogaj Ramadan, Zogaj Fadilj, Salijaj Ibrahim (1950), Rustemaj Gani (1965), Gasi Avdulj (1949), Hajrizi Sulja (1926), Krasnici Fljora (1966), otac Krasnici Fljore, maceha Krasnici Fljore, sestra Krasnici Fljore, maloletno dete ove porodice, maloletno dete ove porodice, Avdulji Afrim (1967), Cucala Afrim, Zoni Fari (1968), Frokaj Ilira (1967), Tus Frokaj, Hodza Jusuf (1938), Gasi Hajrula, Adzija Seferaj, Kurti Murtezan, Ademi Agim, Ahmeti Veselj, Batusi Zejnel, Bajramaj Rustem, Jasari Zejnel, Suceri Zumber, Djedjalj Maksuti (1958), Smailj Hajrizi (1953), Kuci Skender (1954), Fazliju Fazli (1938), Muslija Gafur (1952), Redza Ibriz (1961), Agimi Azem, supruga Agimi Azema, cerka Agimi Azema, Hoti Saban (1945), Hadza Suad, Fazljija Vebi (1942), Bajrami Amza (1963), Hadza Nesat, Gasi Hazir (1962), Isljami Beram, Demoli Saban (1949), Emini Djeljadin (1950), Seljmani Muslija (1945), Tefik Gasi (1955), Zimar Zegrov (1962), Cerimi Eset (1961), Ismet Kika, Jahir Avdiju, Haljiti Nazmija (1939), Mehmeti Sadrija (1947), Sabri Salihu (1956), Skender Krtoku (1965), Bahir Avdija, Fitim Redjepi, Fadilj Ljatifi, Nedjmi Bahtiri, Mehdi Haljimi, Nedjmi Mehmeti, Sabani Naim (1968), Tun Kasnjeti (1922), Cori Fehmi, Poniku Asret (1979), Domdjonas Marijan (1946), Binakaj Ekrem (1958), Berisa Avdija, Tarjanaj Azir, Atnan Vezaj (1973), Karanezi Zenelj, Djemalj Djiljindjeri, Krasnici Hira (1938), Gasi Ljuman (1955), Krasnici Arben (1980).
c) Citizens of other nationalities
Sope Muhamed (1959), Berisa Agron (1983), Bejta Burim (1981), Dragomirov Naki (1970), Aljus Murat, Aljus Bedrija, Aljus Ekrem, Gutic Izet (1963), Berisa Ismet (1972), Genov Stamen, Isaku Azem (1953), Isaku Vizaris (1978), Krasnici Halil (1956).
d) Members ofthe MI
Stoiljkovic Dejan (1949), Bulatovic Ivan (1961), Popadic Rade (1956), Jovanovic Niola (1974), Remistar Nenad, Perovic Srdjan (1962), Dolasevic Dusko, Baljosevic Djordje, Tomic Nenad, Krstic Zvonko, Matic Boban (1973).
of terrorist attacks committed by the Albanian separatists in the region of the AP of Kosovo and Metohija, against journalists, interpreters, humanitarian personnel and diplomatic representatives during the time period between January 1st and October 31st, 1998
a) Terrorist attacks against journalists and interpreters
1. PRENTIC DRAGUTIN, journalist of the Prishtina "Jedinstvo"
On may 6th, 1998, at 10.10 p.m., in the village Meja, Commune of Djakovica, a terrorist attack was committed by automatic firearms against the family house of Prentic Dragutin, journalist-correspondent of the Prishtina "Jedinstvo". There were no injured in this attack.
2. MILASIN LJUBOMIR (1960) AND GEC JOVAN (1969) - correspondents of the AFP and of Associated Press from Belgrade.
On May, 11th, 1998, around 10.30 a.m., in the village Djurdjica, Commune of Glogovac, two armed Albanian terrorists stopped the vehicle "Land Rover", with the correspondents Milasin and Gec. After the control of their identity cards and search, the terrorists let them continue their trip to Klina.
3. KALNOKY GREGOR BORIS (1961), journalist of the German newspaper "Die Welt", and SIMON SUSAN (1964), journalist of the German daily newspaper "Berliner Norgenpost", both from Budapest, US citizens, and the journalist of the German weekly JENNER JOACHIM OTMAR (1956) AND BELLWINKEL WOLFGANG (1959), German citizens.
On may, 24th, 1998, at 7.30 p.m., on the entrance to Kosovska Mitrovica from Pec, two armed terrorists blocked the way, by a vehicle "Golf", immatriculation KM 48-54 to the vehicle "Nissan" with Hungarian immatriculation, with the mentioned journalists. They took from them their passports, searched them, and then ordered them to follow them to Kosovska Mitrovica, where they left them in the vicinity of the farmers’ market.
4. JOURNALISTS OF THE TV TEAM "WTN"
In May of the current year, at the village road Zrze-Ratkovac, in the village Zrze, Commune Orahovac, the journalists of the TV team "WTN" were stopped by Albanian terrorists who took from them their bullet-proof jackets.
5. SPANOVIC SRDJAN, correspondent of the Croatian "Jutarnji list"
By mid-May of the current year, the Albanian terrorists stopped by Komoran, on the road Pec-Prishtina, the vehicle with Srdjan Spanovic, correspondent of the Croatian "Jutarnji list", with a Czech colleague, mistreated him physically, put a rifle barrel in his mouth and after several hours of "processing" took from him his money and equipment, and then released him.
6. MITIN SERGEJ (1972), journalist of the "Izvestia" newspaper from Moscow
On July 17th, 1998, on 3.00 p.m., on the road Glogovac - Srbica, near the village Trstenik, Commune of Glogovac, three armed Albanian terrorists stopped a passenger vehicle "Golf Polo", with Belgrade immatriulation, driven by the Russian citizen Mitin Sergej (1972), journalist of the "Izvestia" newspaper from Moscow, then mistreated him physically, took his car and the films for his camera, and then went away.
7. OLEG SOFICIANA (1965), GALANOV ALEKSANDAR (1953) AND MAMAEV VIKTOR (1974) journalists of the Russian State TV and HOTI SABAN, interpreter from Prishtina.
On July 21st, 1998, around 11.00 a.m. at the main highway Prishtina-Pec, in the village Lapusnik, Commune of Glogovac, a terrorist attack was committed against the journalists of the Russian State Television Oleg Safiuli (1965), Galanov Aleksandar (1953), Mamaev Viktor (1974) and Hoti Saban (1945) from Prishtina, retired employee of the Police in Prishtina and professor of Russian, who was the interpreter. The journalists were released around 7.30 p.m., and the cameras and the films were taken from them. The Albanian terrorists kept Hoti Saban - his fate is still uncertain.
8. A JOURNALIST OF "FRANCE PRESS" and the interpreter NORE LJAMOJE from Prishtina
On August 8, 1998, around 10.00 a.m., on the village road Zrze-Ratkovac, in the village Zrze, Commune of Orahovac, a terrorist attack was committed with automatic armament against an armored vehicle - a jeep with French immatriculation, with the journalist of "France Press" from France and the interpreter Nore Ljamoje from Prishtina. There were no injured persons.
9. THE CORRESPONDENT of the Japanese agency "Kiodo"
In August of the current year, on the road Zrze-Ratkovac, in the village Zrze, Commune of Orahovac, the vehicle of the Japanese correspondent of "Kiodo" was stopped. The Albanian terrorists mistreated the correspondent and took from him his bullet-proof jacket.
10. The "Reuters" CAMERAMAN
In August of the current year, the Albanian terrorists took, near the village Iglarevo, Commune of Klina, from the "Reuters" cameraman the recorded material, and left him on the road near the village.
11. SLAVUJ DJURO (1958) journalist of the Radio and TV Prishtina and the driver PERENIC RANKO (1958)
On August 21st, 1998, on the road to Zociste, Commune Orahovac, near the place Brestovacke Sume, the Albanian terrorists kidnapped the journalist of the RTV Prishtina Slavuj Djuro, refugee from the Republic of Croatia, residing in Kosovo Polje, and the driver Perenic from Prishtina. The wife of the journalist started a hunger strike as a protest against the kidnapping.
12. KOPRIVICA PETKO , JOURNALIST OF THE TV Novi Sad, RADOSLAV JAKSIC, cameraman, PRENTIC DRAGUTIN, journalist of "Jedinstvo" and TANJUG correspondent from Djakovica and driver LUZAJIC ZORAN
On August 24th, 1998, on the road between the villages Korenica and Ramac, commune Djakovica, near the Yugoslav-Albanian border, the Albanian terrorists committed a terrorist attack against the TV team Novi Sad, consisting of Koprivica Petko and Jaksic Radoslav and of the journalist of the Prishtina "Jedinstvo" Dragutin Prentic and Zoran Luzajic, driver. Thanks to the policemen, the band was driven away. Two policemen were wounded, while the journalists were not injured.
13. DOBRICIC VLADIMIR and RADOSEVIC NEBOJSA, journalists of TANJUG.
On October 10th, 1998, at 12.00 noon, on the road Prishtina - Magura, Commune Lipljan, the Albanian terrorists kidnapped Dobricic Vladimir (1948) from Belgrade and Radosevic Nebojsa (1966), from Prishtina, TANJUG journalists, who were going to their job in the service car "Yugo Florida", to the village Magura, and from that moment nothing is known about them.
Terrorist attacks against the personnel of the humanitarian organizations in the area of Kosovo and Metohija, in the time period between January 1st and October 20th, 1998.
1. The humanitarian organization "ECHO" (a convoy of 7 vehicles with 11 passengers)
On march, 26th, 1998, around 1.00 p.m., in the village Makrmalj, Commune Srbica, a group of some 30 masked and armed terrorists stopped a convoy of seven vehicles, which transported humanitarian aid of the humanitarian organization "ECHO", to the village Likovac, Commune Srbica. After keeping the convoy for some time, the terrorists returned the convoy to Srbica around 2.00 p.m.
2. TWO VEHICLES OF THE RED CROSS
On July 1st, 1998, around 1.35 p.m., in the village Prilep, Commune Decani, a terrorist attack was committed, with automatic weapons, against two vehicles of the Red Cross, immatriculation 10-E-06 and BG 723-RP, which returned to Pe c after the attack. There were no injured persons.
3. MARLENE GRAVEN, from the Netherlands, member of the humanitarian organization "Medecins sans frontieres"
On July, 23rd, 1998, Marlene Graven, citizen of the Netherlands, as the responsible person of the humanitarian organization "Medecins sans frontieres", informed the Secretariat in Pec that on that same day, around 11.00 a.m., in the village Lodja, Commune Pec, a passenger vehicle "Toyota Land Cruiser", owned by the mentioned humanitarian organization, driven by Esad Malji, from Pec, was stopped by three terrorists, armed with automatic rifles, who put wooden barriers on the road. After a short questioning of miss Graven, the Albanian terrorists took away the mentioned vehicle.
4. The vehicle OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS
On September 30th, 1998, at 9.30 a.m., on the road between the villages Gornje Obrinje, Commune Glogovac, and Likovac, Commune Srbica, a vehicle of the International Committee of the Red Cross from Switzerland, "Jeep-Toyota" driven by Margaret Brysson (1952) from New Zealand, hit a land mine put by the Albanian terrorists when withdrawing from that region. In the explosion, Spetim Robaj (1957) from Prishtina, physician, anesthesiologist in the ICRC, was killed. Margaret Brysson, Tolaj Ilir (1961) from Djakovica and Linda Bunjaku (1963) from Prishtina, also working in the ICRC, were injured.
Terrorist attacks against diplomatic representatives in the area of Kosovo and Metohija, in the time period between January 1st and October 20th, 1998.
1. TAKAKO UGAYA, attache of the Japanese Embassy in the FR of Yugoslavia
On April, 247th, 1998, around 1.15 p.m., on the road Srbica-Klina, in the village Laupa, Commune Srbica, the Albanian separatists committed a terrorist attack, with automatic weapons, against the diplomatic vehicle "Toyota Land Cruiser", immatriculation 86-A-21 CD, driven by Miss Takako Ugaya, attachŽ of the Japanese Embassy in the FR of Yugoslavia. The diplomatic vehicle was hit by two shells, but Miss Ugaya was not injured.
2. THE AMERICAN INFORMATION CENTER IN PRISHTINA
On August 26th, 1998, around 9.10 p.m., the Albanian terrorists threw a "Molotov Cocktail" on the building of the American Information Center. A fire broke near the entrance, extinguished by the security. There were no injured persons.
3. THE DIPLOMATIC OBSERVERS’ MISSION OF THE USA AND OF RUSSIA
On September 3rd, 1998, near the village Pagarusa, on the road between Malisevo and Orahovac, the Albanian terrorists stopped the vehicles with the members of the diplomatic observers’ missions from the USA and from Russia and mistreated them by verbal threats and scared them during over 40 minutes. After the strong intervention and warning of the members of the mission, the Albanian terrorists let them go.
4. THE DIPLOMATIC OBSERVERS’ MISSION OF CANADA
On September 4th, 1998, at 12.15 noon, in the village Likovac, Commune Srbica, a vehicle "Chevrolet", owned by the Canadian Embassy in Belgrade, with three persons, members of the diplomatic observers’ mission for Kosovo and Metohija, hit an anti-tank mine put by the Albanian terrorists. The explosion of the mine overturned the vehicle. One member of the mission was injured on the face. The vehicle was considerably damaged.