On 17 January 2020 the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH received a confirmed indictment and a notice from a Preliminary Hearing Judge of the Court of BiH, which confirm the Indictment in the case v. Dragan Mektić et al. in its entirety with respect to all the accused persons.
The central topic of the meeting was the cooperation of CEPOL and the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH in the framework of the activities of the agency in the region of the Western Balkans.
The suspects transported to BiH are under investigation for criminal offenses of Organizing a Terrorist Group (Article 202d), Unlawful Establishing and Joining to Foreign Paramilitary or Parapolice Formations (Article 162b) and Terrorism (Article 201) of the CC BiH.
Analysis of the cooperation to date with an overview of the key challenges and issues identified in practice, as well as examples of successful cooperation were the main topics of the meeting.
The Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Gordana Tadić, together with her Deputy Chief Prosecutor and the Prosecutor from the prosecution team working on the Memić case, met with Muriz and Arijana Memić, as well as the family’s legal representative, attorney Ifet Feraget.
The meeting focused on strengthening the rule of law and the role of the judiciary in the European integration process.
The main topics for discussion at the meeting were activities of the institutions included in the Operative Group, in terms of exchange of information and the search for the remains of missing persons.
The main topics for discussion at the meeting were prosecution of Category 2 cases referred from the ICTY/IRMCT Office of the Prosecutor, regional cooperation in the fight against impunity for war crimes and the prosecution of high level perpetrators against whom indictments were issued in Category 2 by the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH but who are located in neighboring countries.
Deputies to the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH - Gordana Tadić, Diana Kajmaković and Milanko Kajganić, took a solemn oath at the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council (HJPC) of BiH before taking
office on 1 November 2019.
Central topic for discussion was cooperation of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH and BiH institutions with Europol, primarily in the exchange of information.