•Water levels continue receding. The situation in flooded areas improved significantly during the last days. However some areas are still flooded and a lot of houses need to be cleaned. (See the floodwaters detected by MODIS on 27-27 May and on 2-3 June in the map).
•According to the UN report (as of 3 June), Kopanice, Vidovice, Lepnice and Jenjice in Orasje municipality are still flooded.
•As of 26 May, floodwaters continue receding. However, many rural areas around Samca, Brcko, Orasje and Bijeljina are still covered with water (as of 25 May, UN).
Bosnia and Herzegovina
•As of 22 May, floodwaters continue receding in the whole of the country. However, road access is still restricted in some affected areas and power outages are still extensive.
•According to local media, quoting Government sources, a total of 950 000 people have had to evacuate their homes since the beginning of the flood disaster. The affected population is estimated to be 1.5 million people in 60 municipalities.
Estimated mine suspected area impacted by floods is approximately 800km2 .
Critical points are: landslides, river beds, river banks and areas flooded by water level above 1m.
Large amounts of UXO and SALW are currently the biggest threat.
Mine danger signs have been shifted away or destroyed.
Highest danger in known mine suspected areas with landslide activity.
• As of 20 May, according to the UN Office of the Resident Coordinator, the most severely affected areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina are Samac, Odzak, Orasje, Doboj, Bijeljina, Brcko and Maglaj.
• ECHO reports indicate that the situation remains complex, due to numerous landslides that caused damage to houses and roads. Furthermore, a number of cities and villages in the flooded areas have neither electricity nor running water.