Interviewer: Petar Ivić
Interviewee: Goran Mirković
Acronyms: Petar Ivić =PI, Goran Mirković=GM
PI: Can you introduce yourself. Your name?
GM: I am Goran Mirković.
PI: Goran Mirković. How old are you?!
GM: I am 21 years old. In fact 41 years, I apologize.
PI: Tell me where did you live before the war?
GM: Yes, I lived in Lipjan.
PI: Do you remember the pre-war period? Which are the memories?
GM: To be honest, we have both good and bad memories.
PI: Feel free to speak.
GM: Yes, no, I have nothing, I mean I have nothing to hide and I had my house, I mean it was not mine, but the state had given to me. After that, when our army started to withdraw…
PI: Which period of time was this?
GM: When they withdrew, I mean our army, Albanians entered and I had to leave the house.
PI: You were forced to leave the house, right?
GM: To be honest I had a brother who was Police Officer, he worked in the military police, and they could not do anything to him and they came to us. They asked my late father where is your older son. He told them that I do not have another son, I have only him, he was referring to me. And he said you will be killed. And my late father and mother said come our son, let’s go to my uncle’s house in Dobratin, I lived there for 14 years.
PI: Where in Dobratin?
PI: Does this mean it was after the war?
GM: Yes, this was after the war.
PI: Have you ever tried to go back where you lived before?
GM: To be honest I was there several times, I was also in Prishtina, I was thiniking to evict Albanians in order for me to enter in that house, but it belongs to the state and he said that it cannot be.
PI: It is clear.