Today marks 32 years since the death of Sashko Geshovski, the first victim of Yugoslavia’s breakup

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Today marks 32 years since the death of Sashko Geshovski, a member of the JNA and the first victim during the breakup of Yugoslavia.
“He was born in Kavadarci on October 31, 1971, he graduated from primary and secondary school in his hometown. After completing secondary education, he went to serve his military service in the JNA in Split – R. Croatia. On May 6, 1991, a masked member of the MUP of the Republic of Croatia shot at him and fatally hit him with 4 bullets. At the critical moment, Geshovski was on duty in front of the building of the Military Naval District in Split”, the Museum Gallery in Kavadarci said in a press release on Saturday.
He was the first casualty of the conflict that led to the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991.

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