754 Victims of NATO Bombing

Logo FHPThe Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) and the Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo published in 2014 the list of individuals who died as a consequence of NATO bombing of the Former Republic of Yugoslavia. According to this list, the NATO attacks killed a total of 754 people: 454 civilians and 300 members of the armed forces. 207 civilians were of Serbian and Montenegrin ethnicity, 219 were Albanian, 14 civilians were Roma, and 14 were of other nationalities. From among members of armed forces, a total of 274 members of the VJ/MUP of Serbia and 26 members of the KLA were killed.


Human losses in NATO bombing of Serbia and Montenegro

Logo FHPIn Serbia (without Kosovo) and Montenegro, 275 people lost their lives as a result of the NATO bombing: 180 civilians, 90 members of the Yugoslav Army (YA) and five were members of the Serbian Ministry of the Interior (MUP). Except three Chinese nationals, all were citizens of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY).

In Kosovo, 484 people were killed: 267 civilians (209 Albanian and 58 non-Albanian), 171 members of the YA, 20 members of the Serbian MUP and 26 members of the KLA (19 of whom died in the NATO bombing of the Dubrava prison, near Istok).

Here you can see list of names of people who lost their lives in NATO bombing.


Human Losses of Serbia and Montenegro during the NATO bombardment

In the period from March 24, 1999 to June 9, 1999, during the NATO bombing campaign, 758 individuals lost their lives in air raids: 488 individuals in Kosovo (249 Albanians, 202 Serbs, and 37 Roma and members of other ethnic groups), 260 individuals in Serbia, and 10 in Montenegro. Among these, 453 are civilian victims (220 Albanians, 205 Serbs, 28 Roma and members of other ethnic groups) and 305 are members of the armed forces (276 members of the Yugoslav Army and MUP Serbia and 29 KLA members). This information is based on 1,468 documents and 539 statements of witnesses and victims’ family members.

Here you can see list of human losses during NATO bombing (Serbia, Kosovo and Montenegro)

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