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CHIEF PROSECUTOR MET WITH THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR OF THE FEDERATION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

30.05.2013. 15:22
Mr. Goran Salihović, Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, met with Mr. Predrag Kurteš, Minister of the Interior of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During this meeting, future activities for relocation of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH to a new building currently used by the Special Support Unit of the Federal Police Department were discussed.      
  • CHIEF PROSECUTOR MET WITH THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR OF THE FEDERATION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
  • CHIEF PROSECUTOR MET WITH THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR OF THE FEDERATION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Moreover, the activities on the preparation of the site in Blažuj intended for the relocation of the Special Unit were also discussed.

 

At this meeting, it was concluded that all activities would be undertaken in order to conduct these procedures in as swift and efficient a manner as possible, and, with the relocation into the new building, the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH would get adequate capacities for accommodation of its employees and an increase of capacities in the Special Department for War Crimes, which would facilitate efficient prosecution of war crimes cases in future.  

 

Minister Kurteš informed the Chief Prosecutor that the aforementioned activities had been discussed at the meeting of senior officials from the security and internal affairs sectors with US Ambassador and EU Special Representative in BiH, which was held the day before.

 

The Chief Prosecutor expects the relocation to a new, separate building to be enabled as soon as possible, which would provide adequate capacities for accommodation of all the employees of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH for the purpose of as efficient work on the cases of war crimes, organized crime and corruption as possible.

 

Additionally, this would enable the fulfillment of the recommendations from the Structured Dialogue on Justice Reform, according to which Bosnia and Herzegovina is obligated to meet the needs of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH and assist its relocation to the new premises.

 

The today’s meeting also provided an opportunity for discussion on the cooperation of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH and the Ministry of the Interior of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in investigating and prosecuting criminal offenses of organized crime and corruption.  


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