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Fewer Croats Now in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Croatia WeekThere are fewer Croatians now living in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina…

Results from the latest census in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was carried out in October 2013, shows that there are now 553,000 Croats living there, 208,000 less than were living there in the 1990’s, writes Dnevni avaz.

The report says that Bošnjaci (Bosniaks) are the largest represent ethnic group in the country with 1,836,603 people, or 48.4% of the total population. There are 1,239,019 ethnic Serbs, 32.7% of the population, and 553,000 Croats, which make up 16% of the population in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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