The tracing services of the two Red Cross entities*, the Red Cross of Kosova (RCK) and the Red Cross of Kosovo and Metohija (RCKM), together with the ICRC and National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies abroad, help people in Kosovo look for family members in another country.
We try to help you when you have lost contact due to:
- armed conflict or other situations of violence;
- natural or man-made disasters;
or in other situations of humanitarian need, when possible.
The ICRC accepts tracing requests and can try to find information about people missing in connection with the conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina (30 April 1991 – 14 February 1996) and in the Republic of Croatia (1991-1995), the crisis in Kosovo (1998-2000) and the events in South Serbia in 2001.
The ICRC maintains a list of people who went missing between 1992 and 1995 in connection with the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina and who were reported to the ICRC by the families before 6 December 2011. The list may be consulted at http://familylinks.icrc.org/bosnia
. The ICRC remains responsible for the follow-up and management of their data.
A list of people missing in connection with the armed conflict on the territory of the Republic of Croatia (1991–1995) may be consulted at http://familylinks.icrc.org/croatia
The ICRC maintains a list of people missing in connection with the crisis in Kosovo (1998-2000) and the events in South Serbia in 2001. The list may be consulted at http://familylinks.icrc.org/kosovo
The ICRC has also produced books containing the names of persons missing in connection with the armed conflict in the Republic of Croatia (last updated in 2012) and the crisis in Kosovo including the events in South Serbia (last updated in 2007). These books can be consulted at the ICRC offices and at the branches of the RCK and the RCKM.*Not part of the 189 National Societies recognised by the ICRC