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.
Justice for victims, sanctioning of war crimes, protection of the security and rights of all citizens, reconciliation and the rule of law in the region were the central topics of the meeting.
The accused Radovan Veljović (1954) is charged with a crime committed in 1992, in the Foča area.
It is alleged against the indicted member of the BiH Border Police that he, together with the persons known to him, planned, organised and smuggled into Bosnia and Herzegovina a group of 12 illegal migrants from Syria, among whom were also minors.
Searches are being conducted in order to shed further light on all the circumstances surrounding the death of the young man Dženan Memić, in February 2016.
Suspect Radovan Veljović (1954) is charged with having committed a crime against humanity in 1992, namely a rape and sexual abuse.
The found mortal remains will be sent for further forensic processing and identification by way of DNA analysis.
In compliance with the epidemiological measures, Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gordana Tadić, held separate Collegiums of the Special Department for War Crimes and the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption, to discuss the reorganization of the internal structure of the Prosecutor’s Office, as well as results achieved and activity plans until the end of 2021.
Following several media inquiries in connection with the arrest of Edin Vranj at the border crossing on his entry into the Republic of Serbia, the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH provides the following information: