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On 2 June 2021, War Crimes Prosecutor Snežana Stanojković and members of her team met BH Chief Prosecutor Gordana Tadić, Deputy Chief Prosecutor and Head of the Special War Crimes Department Milanko Kajganić and their team. The meeting was also attended by UNDP representatives. The key topics
Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor Snežana Stanojković attended the Seventh Sitting of the Serbian National Assembly's Committee on the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region. The Committee was presented the activities of the Government's Commission on Missing Persons aimed at resolving the issue of the
Representatives of the OWCP Victim/Witness Support Service Mioljub Vitorović and Vasilije Seratlić attended the regional meeting of the services, which took place in Bečići, Montenegro on 28 and 29 June 2021. The meeting addressed the improvement of cross-border cooperation between the regional
On 24 June 2021, War Crimes Prosecutor Snežana Stanojković and her team met IRMCT Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz. The topics addressed at the meeting were the enhancement of regional cooperation and continuation of the Palić Process.
In its judgment pronounced earlier today, the War Crimes Department - part of the Higher Court in Belgrade found defendants Joja PLAVANJAC and Zdravko NARANDŽIĆ guilty of the crime committed against Bosniak civilians in Bosanska Krupa in August 1992. Defendants PLAVANJAC and NARANDŽIĆ were sentenced
Pursuant to judgment K Po2 3/14, rendered by the War Crimes Department - part of the Higher Court in Belgrade on 08 December 2020, defendant Boško Soldatović was declared guilty of the criminal offence under article 142 (2) (war crime against civilian population) of the FRY Criminal Act and
On 10 June 2021, during his visit to the Office of the Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor, H.E. Joost Reintjes, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Serbia, voiced his support to the work of this Office related to the prosecution of war crimes cases. Among the topics discussed by the
The OWCP of the Republic of Serbia filed an indictment against B.T., due to the existence of justified suspicion that he had committed the criminal offense of war crimes against prisoners of war under Article 144 of the Criminal Code of the FRY. The indictment covers the events of 14 September until
War Crimes Prosecutor Snežana Stanojković and her deputies Mioljub Vitorović and Vasilije Seratlić visited the site of the Kiževak mine, where exhumations were carried out of death remains of those perished during the Kosovo-Metohija war clashes. Pursuant to the War Crimes Prosecutor's order
Abducted Truth, the Belgrade-based Family Association of Missing Persons from Kosovo-Metohija headed by Ms Verica Tomanović, held the round table conference entitled The Exhumations and Identification of Missing Persons. Oganised in cooperation with the Serbian Government's Commission on Missing