Dr. Vesna Bosanac freed
Zagreb, 11 December - Today, Dr. Vesna Bosanac, the director of Vukovar hospital, was among the 1200 civilians and Croatian soldiers to be freed after experiencing three months of attacks on Vukovar and one month of detention in Serbia. They were set free during prisoner exchange with the Yugoslav Army (YA). Dr. Vesna Bosanac, appearing tired and worn out, said at today's press conference: "During the battles there were 1.500 patients being treated at Vukovar hospital, including 8 children. We also treated wounded members of the former Yugoslav National Army with whom we shared everything equally. It is unforgivable that after the fall of Vukovar the Army separated the wounded from the civilians, releasing Serbs and detaining Croatians. I believe that many YA officers who did not take part in all of this do not know the whole truth."
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