In the warehouses of one company, a large quantity of air bombs was found, the purchase, possession and traffic of which is in no way allowed to citizens.
Two people, citizens of Pakistan, are charged with organised smuggling of a large group of illegal migrants of Afro-Asian origin across the river border on the Drina River.
The found remains will be forwarded to the Tuzla Commemorative Center for further forensic processing and identification through DNA analysis.
At a conference attended by judicial officials from several countries, the Chief Prosecutor presented the work and activities of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in international operations and in the fight against transnational crime.
An exhumation was completed at the Potočari site in Srebrenica municipality, during which the complete remains of one person were found.
By order of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and in cooperation with police officers of the Republika Srpska Ministry of the Interior, Tuzla Canton Ministry of the Interior, Zenica-Doboj Ministry of the Interior and Sarajevo Canton Ministry of the Interior, police officers of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) conducted searches at eleven (11) locations in Tuzla, Lukavac, Pelagićevo, Šamac, Zavidovići and Prnjavor, as well as on the territory of the municipality of Ilidža, and they arrested five (5 ) suspects.
The accused Nisvet Muharemović (1992) is charged with participating in the smuggling of migrants from the territory of Iraq, who were staying in Bosnia and Herzegovina illegally, in order to acquire unlawful material gain.
All found remains will be sent for DNA analysis, in order to determine the identity of the victims.
A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has filed an indictment against:
The prosecutor working on the case of non-execution of the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, after requesting information from the RS Government and the competent ministry on the activities undertaken, received information on the start of works on Saturday, 5 June.