United Nations television programme shot in Sector South (Turanj checkpoint) showing the reunion of a separated family: a Serbian soldier from Krajina and his wife, a Croat, who agreed to live in Krajina with her husband.
At the Turanj checkpoint between Croatian and Serbian-held territory. Sound of rain as a UN car and jeep, carrying Jelika Banda (sp?) and her two children, pull up at a checkpoint. Her husband Duro is on the other side of the crossing. This will be the first time they have been reunited in three years. He embraces both of his chilidren, his son Oleg and his daughter Titiana, and then his wife. Interview with the family. The father says that he has tried every means of communication to keep in touch with his family but it has been extremely difficult. Changing circumstances would prevent messages getting through.
UNPROFOR set up this reunion after Duro, a Serbian soldier, asked for their assistance in contacting his Croatian wife. Shots of the family and the Civil Affairs Officer in Sector North who arranged the meeting. Interview the Civil Affairs Officer who explains the circumstances of the family's separation and the steps he had taken to reunite them. Further shots of the family embracing one another. Duro says that he is looking forward to talking to them and to being together again after so long apart. He says that he was unsure whether his young daughter would know that she was her father and he regrets his decision to leaving them, thinking that the conflict would be resolved in a couple of months. Slow motion shots of the family embracing. The whole family climb into a car.