A total of 8 indictees are charged with having committed war crimes against prisoners of war and civilians by killing at least 12 HVO soldiers who had previously surrendered, as well as two women of Croatian ethnicity in Križančevo Selo near Vitez on 22 December 1993.
Central topics of the meeting pertained to the activities in combatting criminal offences related to the trafficking in human beings, smuggling of persons and illegal migrations.
The central topic of the meeting were the activities of BiH in terms of its approaching EUROJUST structures in particular in the segment of data protection.
The accused Munib Ahmetspahić (1990) is charged that in the period between 2013 and 2018 he was in the territories of Syria and Iraq as a member of the paramilitary formations ‘ISIL’, ‘Jabhat al-Nusra’, ‘Al-Nusrah Front’, which the UN Security Council has declared terrorist organizations.
A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH sent a motion for ordering custody for a citizen of Montenegro suspected of putting into circulation counterfeit Euro currency in the territory of Čitluk.
Due to false allegations regarding the actions of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH in the events related to the so-called ‘Diploma Case’ that has been broadcasted in the media in the past few days, the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH wants to announce the following for the sake of public information:
The accused, including three foreign nationals, are charged with having smuggled at least 46 illegal migrants and acquired illegal property gain in the amount of at least KM (BAM) 70.000.
The accused are charged with having committed a crime against civilians in Ljeskare, in the summer of 1992.
The indictment relates to the war crimes committed against Serb prisoners in the course of 1992 and 1993 28.12.2018. 15:37
The accused are charged with having committed war crimes against victims of Serb ethnicity at several locations in Lukavac in 1992.