The action was conducted by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republika Srpska Ministry of the Interior, and the value of the seized tobacco on illegal market amounts to tens of thousands of BAM.
Central topics were related to the work and organisation of the institution in the state of emergency, its coordination with partner institutions and law enforcement agencies, and to a plan for the organisation of work in the coming period.
Two accused nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina and one accused national of Egypt are charged with organized smuggling of migrants, nationals of Egypt, through Bosnia and Herzegovina towards Croatia and EU countries.
The accused is charged with attacking the official persons of the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina while they were performing tasks related to security and with inflicting bodily injuries on them, as well as with preventing official persons of the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the exercise of their official tasks which they were undertaking under their official authority.
After the Duty Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina had been informed on 23 April 2020 that there had been an explosion within the compounds of the ‘Miloš Obilić’ Barracks in Pale in which a soldier of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina had been injured, the Duty Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina commenced investigative activities together with the SIPA police officers, officers of the Republika Srpska Ministry of the Interior, Military Police and an EOD- Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit, and these activities will be continued on 24 April 2020 as well.
It is an international operation to combat narcotic drug trafficking codenamed “Tebra”, in which the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH participated along with partner institutions from the Republic of Croatia.
The Chief Prosecutor, Gordana Tadić, and her associates received a delegation of the First Children’s Embassy, “Međaši”, headed by the youngest children’s ambassador, Mišel Mišković.
Two natural entities and one legal entity-company are charged that in the course of 2015 they reduced their tax liabilities without any legal basis and thus inflicted damage to the budget of BiH.
The motion was filed against two suspected Cameroon nationals and the custody was requested because some additional expert analyses of mobile and technical devices are awaited, as well as due to the extraordinary circumstances caused by the Covid 19 pandemic and for the purpose of acquiring conditions for examining witnesses at the Immigration Centre.
The defendant Vinko Milošević (1964) is charged with smuggling around half a ton of the narcotic drug – marijuana “skunk”.