The persons accused are charged with illicit trade in excise products in large quantities, whereby they acquired significant unlawful material gain and damaged the budget of the State of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its citizens.
The meeting arranged within an HJPC BiH project was held in Teslić.
A Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued an Indictment against the following person:
The accused Bojana Milojević (1984) from Ljubinje is charged with illegally putting into circulation more than a hundred kilograms of tobacco which did not have appropriate excise stamps of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Following the issuance of an indictment in the Republic of Serbia, a motion will be filed to transfer the prosecution to the authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Edin Vranj case.
The Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gordana Tadić, chaired the meeting of the Task Force for fight against terrorism and preventing the threat of terrorism, which was held at the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The remains of a total of five people were found, of which three adults and two children.
A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has filed an indictment against REFIK TURIĆ, born in 1977 in the municipality of Novi Travnik, previously convicted, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The accused Fahret Pivić (1967) is charged with illegally putting on the market, for a longer period of time, a larger quantity of tobacco and tobacco products, which were not marked with excise stamps of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The accused are two natural entities and one legal entity that are charged with committing financial crime in 2019 related to illegal transactions through several countries, including the USA, Germany, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.