Bojan, if forced to, he would declare as a Slovene from Bosnia. Born in Sarajevo in 1982, he left it at the outbreak of the war. After taking short refuge with relatives in Serbia, he reunited with family in Ljubljana, Slovenia. At the moment, he is finishing studies in electrotechnics.
What is your first memory of the war?
When I went to a friend Zdravko, who leaved nearby, some 100 meters, when I went to his place to play some videogames, I remember I could not cross the street, because mum was shouting “don’t go anywhere, they are shooting”, I remember I had to go back. Going to visit that friend was for me … I mean, the fact that I couldn’t go meant something was wrong, things are not all right. This is the only thing I remember, nothing else. So the fact that I could not cross the street, 100 meters from here, to visit a friend to play videogames, since it repeated several times, and the shooting, that’s all I remember.