Within the activities of the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in coordination with the duty Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, two citizens of the Republic of Turkey were discovered in the area of Posušje while they were attempting to smuggle eight migrants of Afro-Asian origin, and they were accordingly deprived of liberty.
A Prosecutor from the Section for Combating Human Trafficking and Illegal Migrations of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina coordinated the work and activities of police officers of the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, all in relation to the locating and arresting the suspects of the criminal offence of International Human Trafficking, and providing protection to the victims.
Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milanko Kajganić, together with his deputy, Diana Kajmaković, met with the Director of the Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies (DCPB) of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mirsad Vilić, and his associates, Samir Kavazović, Assistant Director for International and Operational Police Cooperation and Branislav Pavlović, Chief Inspector in the said sector.
A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has issued an indictment against:
Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milanko Kajganić, held a meeting with a team of Prosecutors who had visited EUROPOL and EUROJUST, in order to agree on further activities in the fight against organized crime.
Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milanko Kajganić, participated in the celebration marking the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation in Moscow.
Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milanko Kajganić, together with the Head of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office, Adnan Karović, met with the Ambassador of the Republic of Austria to Bosnia and Herzegovina, HE Dr Ulrike Hartmann and Georg Stawa, Counsellor for the Western Balkans.
The accused Mirsen Ćano, born in 1975, employed as a customs officer of the Indirect Taxation Authority (ITA) of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Customs Office in Velika Kladuša, signed a Plea Agreement admitting his guilt and was subsequently sentenced to imprisonment for a term of one (1) year by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A Prosecutor from the Special Department for War Crimes has issued an Indictment against the following person:
The number of indictments this Department filed against indictees is by 16.2 perscent higher than the number of indictees in Section II and Section III in 2020, in which 239 persons were indicted.