Serbs and Croats still segregated in Vukovar′s schools | Europe| News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


Kristina Islentieva and Filip Rutko attend the same school. They have the same teachers. Yet they live in different worlds. They barely know each other. Serbian and Croatian children don’t go to class together in Vukovar: One group attends school in the morning, the other in the afternoon.

“Since we are in different shifts, we can actually only see each other at the weekend, or in passing when the Croatian shift enters the school building,” the 13-year-old Islentieva said, adding that it seems that youths are being prevented from “meeting and spending time together.”

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