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Reference : V-P-BA-E-00009
Date : 2004
Caption : Parents of a missing young man talking with ICRC delegate and members of Bosnia-Herzegovina Red Cross team collecting ante mortem data.
Photographer : s.n.
Confidentiality level : public
Publication restrictions : publication without restrictions
Copyright : ICRC
Description : 3-11-2004 ICRC release:

Persons unaccounted for in connection with the conflict on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the aftermath of the conflict on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, thousands of families are still waiting for information about the fate of their missing loved ones.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), in accordance with its mandate and as stipulated in annex seven of the Dayton Peace Agreement, is committed to clarifying the fate of the persons remaining unaccounted for.
Since early 1996, the ICRC has submitted nearly 20.000 cases of missing persons to the concerned parties and asked them to provide the necessary information to clarify their fate, in conformity with their obligation under the Dayton Peace Agreement.
In addition, the ICRC actively supports the process of exhumation and identification of those killed during the conflict.
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