5. Mar 2017.. - Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

SERBIA 2016 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT - WAR CRIMES PROCEEDINGS

Regional cooperation on war crimes prosecutions remained a problem for all the states involved in the conflicts of the 1990s, including Serbia, where the position of chief prosecutor in the WCPO became vacant at the end of 2015 and remained so at year’s end. For the first time in 10 years, the country did not send a delegation to the annual regional conference of state attorneys from former Yugoslav states aimed at improving cross-border cooperation in the prosecution of war crimes.

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12. Jan 2017.. - Human Rights Watch

Balkans: Protecting Rights Key for EU Progress

There was slow progress on justice for war crimes in national courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo. War crimes prosecutors in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia are underfunded and lack sufficient capacity to deal with cases.

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