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Yugoslav break. (1993)

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Director: Vladimir Komarov

Script writers: Rodents C. Nikiforov

Operators: A. Litvinov

Reel №1 Yugoslav break

Landscapes Yugoslavia - removed from the movement.

Map of Yugoslavia.

Destroyed village houses - removed from the movement.

Ruined city of Vukovar in Croatia - different plans.

Types of Belgrade - different plans.

Interview with former President of Yugoslavia D.Chosicha, Croatian President F.Tudzhmana, Montenegrin President M.Bulatovicha, Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, the president of Bosnia and Herzegovina A.Izetbegovicha, comrade Tito M.Dzhilasa.

The military at the observation point on Mount Trebevich.

Interview military.

The consequences of the fighting in Sarajevo - different plans.

Residents of the city were going to wheelbarrows wood.

Queuing for water.

The building was destroyed by mortar shell.

Street - removed from the movement.

Cemetery.

UN forces checkpoint.

Interviews with political leaders of Yugoslavia.

The service in the Orthodox church.

Interview with the priest.

Graves of Soviet soldiers killed in Yugoslavia during World War II.

Checkpoint of the Russian battalion of UN peacekeeping forces in Yugoslavia.

Interview battalion commander Colonel S.Voznesenskogo.

Soldiers of the Ukrainian peacekeeping battalion in Sarajevo.

Correspondent talking to local children.

Soldiers of the peacekeeping force in the dining room.

Soldiers with the local children.

Interview Ukrainian battalion commander.

Report by the city - different plans.

Highway, road sign "Zagreb".

Report on the Zagreb - streets, squares, monuments, shops, people on the streets - different plans.

Old streets, are monks.

Types of Zagreb.

Calendar

1993

Locations

Yugoslavia

Seasons

Spring
Day
Sunny
Cloudy

Culture and Arts; Defense and internal security; Towns and countries; Foreign policy; Social life; Wars, conflicts and disasters; Religion