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The Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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EXHUMATION COMPLETED IN BRATUNAC MUNICIPALITY

25.06.2020. 08:23
At the site of Kameničko Brdo and Pobuđe, Bratunac municipality, the process of exhumation/sanitation was carried out at two separate micro-locations and incomplete mortal remains of at least two persons were found. The identity of the victims whose remains were found will be established in a subsequent process.

INDICTMENT ISSUED FOR ILLEGAL TRADE OF ACCESS PRODUCTS

19.06.2020. 14:03
The accused Nedžad Tahirović (1975) is charged with illicit trafficking in hundreds of kilograms of tobacco and cigarettes, for which excise duties were not paid.

CUSTODY MOTION FOR SUSPECT IN “TRANSFER” OPERATION

19.06.2020. 13:49
The activities of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH in this case are aimed at detecting and prosecuting persons suspected of having committed highly sophisticated forms of financial fraud. During the work on the case, cooperation was established with Interpol offices in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, as well as with banks from the territory of the EU.      

ACCUSED ADEM KOSTRJEVAC (1961) EXTRADITED FROM USA TO BIH JUDICIARY

18.06.2020. 18:21
The accused is wanted for a war crime committed in the Zvornik area in 1992.

NETWORK OF PROSECUTORS AND INVESTIGATORS SPECIALIZED FOR COMBATING TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS HELD IN SARAJEVO

18.06.2020. 14:36
 At the meeting held through video conference the current situation in the field of combating trafficking in persons was presented, as well as future activities of the Network of Specialized Prosecutors and Investigators.      

INDICTMENT ISSUED FOR ILLEGAL TRADE OF ACCESS PRODUCTS

17.06.2020. 18:50
The accused Nedžad Tahirović (1975) is charged with illicit trafficking in hundreds of kilograms of tobacco and cigarettes, for which excise duties were not paid.  

WITHIN OPERATION CODENAMED “CAMEROON” INDICTMENT ISSUED FOR ORGANISING GROUP OR ASSOCIATION FOR COMMITTING CRIMINAL OFFENCES OF SMUGGLING OF MIGRANTS

16.06.2020. 09:21
The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH and partner police and security agencies discovered and documented the smuggling of migrants from Africa to EU countries, in the commission of which the perpetrators used ID documents and travel documents of the Republic of France and the Republic of Italy, which belonged to third persons.

SEARCHES WITHIN CASE OF PUBLIC INCITEMENT TO TERRORISM CARRIED OUT IN SARAJEVO

15.06.2020. 12:16
The apartment and premises used by the person who is under investigation for sending threats and calling for anti-Semitism and racism, are being searched.

INDICTMENT ISSUED FOR ILLICIT TRADE IN EXCISE PRODUCTS

15.06.2020. 10:12
The accused Miljan Kulić (1975) is charged with twice attempting to trade in a larger quantity of excise products unlawfully, with an intention of selling cigarettes on the illegal market.

INDICTMENT ISSUED FOR CRIMINAL OFFENCE OF ILLEGAL TRADE IN EXCISE PRODUCTS

13.06.2020. 14:06
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Phone: +387 (0) 33 707 200
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