At the meeting, colleagues from Germany were informed about jurisdiction, internal organization, the work and achieved results of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH during its 15 years of existence, as well as the activities that the Prosecutor’s Office undertakes in strengthening the rule of law and bringing Bosnia and Herzegovina closer to European integration.
Acting Chief Prosecutor of the BiH Prosecutor’s Office Gordana Tadić and Prosecutor Milanko Kajganić - contact point for EUROJUST, participated at the conference “Eurojust and cooperation with third states” – experiences and challenges in the Western Balkan countries.
Following the completed analysis and examination of mortal remains at 12 locations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, ICMP representatives presented the results of the examination of these mortal remains, which are essential for the work of Prosecutor’s Offices in the prosecution of war crimes cases.
The conference is attended by the US Attorney General Jeff Sessions and officials of the regional prosecutor’s offices and police, who are discussing modalities of cooperation in the fight against cross-border organized crime.
All of the institutions involved in this process must make every effort to expedite the process of search for the missing persons and their identification as this is the most important issue for the families of victims who are searching for their loved ones.
At the invitation of the Acting Chief Prosecutor Gordana Tadić, who is the Head of the Task Force Combating Trafficking in Persons and Organized Illegal Immigration, an extraordinary meeting of the Task Force was held at the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH with the aim to discuss the current developments related to the situation with migrants residing in the BiH territory.
The former commanders and members of the 5th Corps of the Army of the R BiH, who are suspected of war crimes committed during 1994 and 1995, were deprived of their liberty. Searches were conducted on 17 locations.