Having questioned the suspect, a Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina put forward a Motion for Custody with the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The accused persons are charged with smuggling about 60 migrants from the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the territory of the Republic of Croatia, in the second half of last year.
Following the questioning of the suspect Osman Mehmedagić, a motion for custody in relation to this suspect was sent by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina within the legally prescribed time limit.
The Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption in charge of this case is on the site in Banja Luka, where she coordinates the work of police officers of SIPA, Indirect Taxation Authority (ITA) and entity police structures, during the search of persons suspected of the criminal offences of tax evasion in large amounts.
Central topics of the meeting were joint cooperation and activities in prosecution of criminal offenses of human trafficking and illegal migrations.
Ms. Gordana Tadić, Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has participated in the final conference of the EU4Justice Project: Support to the Fight against Organized Crime and Corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The deprivation of liberty was carried out by police officers of the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of the Interior.
It is a search for the remains of victims missing from the past war.
The Prosecutor’s Office will prove the allegations of the prosecution by calling 88 witnesses, 16 of whom will have protection measures assigned to them, as well as by enclosing about 150 pieces of evidence.
The meeting discussed the process of strengthening the rule of law and development and growth of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the past period.