The shelling was bad but you will get used to it
Mirko Jelčić was born on September 18th 1955 in Sarajevo, Federal People´s Republic of Yugoslavia. He graduated from gymnasium, then studied Electroengineering at the University of Sarajevo. He joined the Communist party, worked in a telecommunication company in Sarajevo and was one of the software developers for the winter Olympic games. He has been working in the development department of UNIS national enterprise and in the late 80s he co-founded a telecommunication technology development company. From 1992 to 1993 he lived through the siege and shelling of Sarajevo, he married and had become a father. After leaving Bosnia in April 1993 he co-founded a new company in Praha with his old partners succeeding on the international markets. He lived in the United States, since 1998 he resides in the Czech Republic with his family. He works as consultant and is involved in the energy business.