Register of Croatian and Serb casualties of Homeland War nearing completion

The director of the Croatian Homeland War Memorial and Documentation Centre, Ante Nazor, said on Tuesday that work on a register of both Croatian and Serb casualties of the 1991-1995 war was nearing completion and that it would be made public soon.

The register lists about 20,000 people, including those killed and missing, Nazor told the Croatian Parliament's Committee on Education, Science and Culture, which discussed the report of the Homeland War Memorial and Documentation Centre for 2014. The Committee did not take a vote because there was no quorum.

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