The ordering of custody has been moved because of the risk that the suspect, if at large, might obstruct the investigation, conceal evidence, influence witnesses or accomplice and commit a new criminal offence or complete the initiated one.
The accused is charged with having smuggled, for consideration, illegal migrants through the BiH territory, including minors, who illegally entered Bosnia and Herzegovina and did not have valid documents for their stay in BiH.
Complete mortal remains of one person have been found.
At the exhumation site, human mortal remains have been found, which will be forwarded for further anthropological processing and identification.
Topics for discussion at the meeting were the situation regarding illegal migration through the territory of BiH and the difficulties caused by the influx of migrants.
Central topics of the meeting were regional co-operation as well as institutional cooperation of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH with judicial institutions of the Republic of France.
The meeting was also attended by members of the prosecution team working on the case, as well as the legal representative of the Memić family.
Central topics of the meeting pertained to the discussions on the current situation and future activities relating to the return of the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina from foreign battlefields.
Successful co-operation is crucial to the effective fight against all forms of crime.
The suspects are under investigation and they are charged with crimes against Bosniak victims, which were committed in 1992, in the area of Foča.