The video-conference meeting, attended by officials from more than 20 countries, is being organized by TAIEX and it pertains to prosecutors’ co-operation in the fight against terrorism and cybercrime, as well as environmental crimes.
In the presence of his attorney, the accused Zejid Šabić, born in 1969 in Velika Kladuša, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has fully admitted his guilt for the commission of the criminal offense of Organizing a Group or Association for the Purpose of Perpetrating the Criminal Offence of ‘Smuggling of Migrants’, referred to in Article 189a of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in conjunction with the criminal offense of Smuggling of Persons, referred to in Article 189 of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
For this criminal offence, the sentence of imprisonment for a term of three (3) years is envisaged, as well as confiscation of material gain in the amount of BAM 35,400 and confiscation of a motor vehicle belonging to the accused.
Regarding several media inquiries related to the Milomir Savčić case, we would like to remind you of the statement of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH dated 10 August this year, in which everything is explained in detail.
After interviewing the suspects, the prosecutor working on the case decided to file a motion to order a 30-day custody measure for all three suspects.
The Prosecutor in charge of the case and the SIPA team coordinate the activities of police officers in the field.
These activities relate to the detection and prosecution of perpetrators of criminal offenses of organized smuggling of migrants.
Central topics of the meeting pertained to the cooperation of partner prosecutor’s offices in the criminal prosecution of war crimes cases, in which cooperation and assistance of the IRMCT Office of the Prosecutor were provided.
As part of the Regional Meeting of Prosecutors, several bilateral meetings were held, including the aforementioned meeting of war crimes prosecutors.
A regional meeting of prosecutors on co-operation in war crimes cases was held in Belgrade, organised by the United Nations Development Program-UNDP and the UK government, and hosted by the Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor’s Office.