A meeting of the Task Force for Fight against Trafficking in Human Beings and Organised Illegal Immigration has been held at the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, chaired by the Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina Gordana Tadić.
In her address at the Conference, she has highlighted the significance of regional cooperation in the prosecution of war crimes cases, as well as the importance of the support that the ICTY/MICT Office of the Prosecutor extends to regional prosecutor’s offices in their efforts to prosecute and punish war crimes.
The accused are charged with crimes against humanity, including the killings of more than 300 persons, persecutions and abuse of civilians and prisoners of war, as well as the destruction of 38 orthodox temples, churches and religious objects.
Acting under the supervision of a prosecutor from the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption, police officers of the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina are carrying out searches of facilities in the area of Sarajevo and Mostar from early morning hours.
Acting under the supervision of prosecutor from the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, SIPA police officers in cooperation with the RS Ministry of Interior – East Sarajevo Police Department intercepted a truck with Montenegro registration plates and seized around 900 kilos of the narcotic drug marijuana ‘skunk’.
After the father of the victim Dženan Memić had requested audience with the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, he was invited to a meeting with Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Gordana Tadić, and her associates who work on the case which has already been formed in the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH on the basis of earlier reports from the Memić family.