Following the questioning of the suspect, Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH filed a motion for remand in custody to the Court of BiH for the suspect Mehmet Tink (1956), a citizen of the Republic of Turkey.
On 23 May at around 15:25 hours, a call was made to the official telephone number of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the telephone number from the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany, by an unknown male person who made threats to throw a bomb and kill everyone at the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the BiH HJPC and to attack the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ms. Gordana Tadić.
The Regional Conference of Prosecutors deals with cooperation, criteria and standards in the prosecution of war crimes. Chief Prosecutor of the International Resident Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals Serge Brammertz also takes part in the conference.
The meeting was chaired by the Chief Prosecutor Gordana Tadić and the central theme were the current developments in the prosecution of increased illegal migrations in BiH, as well as issues related to the fight against human trafficking.
These accused persons are charged with organized cross-border smuggling and sale of large quantities of cigarettes without excise stamps on the illegal market, whereby they acquired large amounts of unlawful material gain.
Central topic of the meeting pertained to the completion of the process of revision of mortal remains in ossuaries throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina and continuation of the activities pertaining to the reassociation of the identified mortal remains, handing over of the identified mortal remains to the families and burial of the identified mortal remains.