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They have, however, also reported instances of expulsion and violence against ethnic Serbian citizens in the city of Mostar in Herzegovina, which together with the ECMM and others, they are trying to address through the local authorities.
Tortorano AM, Peman J, Bernhardt H, Klingspor L, Kibbler CC, et al. (2004) Epidemiology of candidaemia in Europe: results of 28-month European Confederation of Medical Mycology (ECMM) hospital-based surveillance study.
Misetic said that throughout the war, three ECMM teams would write reports chronicling events on the ground each day, which were then sent to regional monitoring centres in Knin and Zagreb, and on to EU headquarters in Brussels.
Misetic said that while his team has a few of the ECMM reports drafted between August 4 and 6, all the documents that "would assess the shelling of Knin" are missing.
On a similar mission in the former Yugoslavia in the early nineties, the European Commission Monitoring Mission (ECMM) wore white uniforms with the EU flag on their lapel.
"He had spent the 1990s and early 2000s in the Balkans, where he was head of the European Commission Monitoring Mission (ECMM) during the Yugoslavian wars, and was a highly respected figure in many of the communities of the former Yugoslavia.