A meeting was held In the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina between Acting Chief Prosecutor Milanko Kajganić, his deputy, Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the delegation of the Central Election Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina, headed by President Suad Arnautović.
A Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued an Indictment against the following person MARINKO KRTINIĆ, born in 1967 in Bosanski Petrovac, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On orders of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, SIPA police officers, in cooperation with police officers of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Interior and the Indirect Taxation Authority of BiH, conducted searches at five locations in the municipality of Šamac and brought in four suspects. The search was also subsequently carried out for the fifth suspect who was found to possess items that could serve as evidence in further criminal proceedings.
The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH sent a motion to extend custody for another two months for the suspect Dragan Šojić (1961), Director of the Service for Joint Affairs of BiH Institutions, who is under investigation for criminal offences of corruption.
A prosecutor of the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has filed an indictment against Stanko Josipović, born in 1997 in Bijeljina, where he resides.
The meeting discussed the process of strengthening the rule of law in Bosnia and Herzegovina, security of all citizens, as well as criminal prosecution of organised crime, corruption, war crimes and other crimes falling within the jurisdiction of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.
The on-call prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH coordinated the investigation carried out by the investigation team at Sarajevo Airport. After the investigation, according to the preliminary findings of experts there are no indications that would lead to the conclusion that the damage to the aircraft was caused by firearms.
After receiving information that the regular inspection of an aircraft, which arrived on a flight from Zagreb at Sarajevo Airport, showed damage to the fuselage, which may have been caused by a bullet shot from a firearm, the on-call prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH requested an investigation by a crime scene investigation team in the presence of officials from the BiH Civil Aviation Directorate.
The suspect in the case code-named “Storage” (Uglješa Ugrenović et al.), Jovica Grujić, who was inaccessible to the BiH judiciary, surrendered to the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A meeting of the Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Milanko Kajganić, with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, her associates and officials of the UN Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina was held in the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.