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Sarajevo artist Midhat Kapetanović recently posted a heartfelt illustration on his Instagram account, paying tribute to the victims of Vukovar on the anniversary of the suffering of Vukovar and Škabrnja, which was observed on November 18th. The artwork depicts Vučko representing Sarajevo, Zagi representing Zagreb, and Pobednik representing Belgrade, pouring water together into the Vukovar water tower.

The image serves as a poignant reminder of the tragic events that took place during the conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia. Kapetanović’s artwork captures the shared sorrow and empathy felt by the people of these three cities as they come together to honor and remember the victims of the devastating conflicts.

Through his art, Kapetanović emphasizes the importance of unity in acknowledging and commemorating the painful history of Vukovar. His illustration serves as a powerful visual representation of compassion and solidarity, bridging communities and honoring the memory of those who lost their lives in the tragic events. The image is a testament to the unbreakable bond between these cities and serves as a reminder that even in times of darkness, there is always hope for unity and understanding.

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