Vojno Camp

Location: Vojno, Mostar

Importance of the locality:

Buildings in the Vojno settlement near Mostar, private homes and garages, were used as a detention site for Bosniak soldiers and civilians and were also the site of killings, sexual violence and abuse. The facilities operated as a detention site from July 1993 to April 1994 and were under the control of the Croat Defence Council.

Entity: Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ethnic group: Bosniaks

Area that victims came from: Mostar

Responsibility: HVO

Court trials:

In its final judgement, the Court of BiH sentenced Marko Radić to 21 years in prison, Dragan Šunjić to 16 years in prison, Damir Brekalo to 20 years in prison and Mirko Vračević to 12 years in prison. They were found guilty of persecution, murder, imprisonment, rape, torture and other inhumane acts against Bosniaks in Vojno near Mostar.

Data source: Court of BiH (updated 06.12.2019)

Marked and photographed: 03.12.2017.


Updated: 06.02.2020

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina - ARBiH
Security services command centre - CSB
Herzeg Bosnia - HB
Croat Defense Forces - HOS
Army of Croatia - HV
Croat Defense Council - HVO
Yugoslav National Army - JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia - ICTY
Ministry of Interior - MUP
People's Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia - NO APZB
Police station - SJB
Serb Army of Krajina - SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina - TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska - VRS
Army of Yugoslavia - VJ