Displaced Bosnians offer support to refugees in Balkans | Europe| News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


Fuada Hatkic can still remember her escape very clearly. When she arrived in Switzerland, her present home, in November 1993, she was injured, wounded and emaciated, she said. Hatkic was born in Teslic, a small northern town in what is now called Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Republika Srpska. Twenty-five years ago she had to flee the civil war with her 4-month-old daughter, Amila. They were lucky. They managed to reach Switzerland via Serbia, Hungary, Austria and Germany.

“Many of my fellow citizens did not survive the journey,” said Hatkic, who was able to start a new life as a social worker in…



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