Kosova and Serbia agreed to learn the fate of those lost in war
The Leaders of Kosovo and Serbia have agreed yesterday in Brussels, hosted by the European Union (EU), on an agreement to learn the fate of those lost in the 1998-99 Kosovo War. According to the EU, 1621 people went missing during this period.
Kosovo and Serbia had conflict between 1998-99 and thousands of people lost their lives in this war called the Kosovo War. According to EU data, approximately 1621 people were reported missing during the 98-99 period. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti, met in Brussels yesterday hosted by the EU, reached an agreement to determine to find out to the people who disappeared in the war.