Bosnia forwards request for extradition of former Bosnian army General Jovan Divjak

Foreign Ministry of Bosnia-Herzegovina submitted a request on Tuesday for extradition of former Bosnian army General Jovan Divjak.

Divjak is currently in Austria awaiting a court’s decision on his extradition to Serbia. He was arrested in Vienna March 3 based on a warrant issued by Serbia, where he is wanted on suspicion of committing war crimes in Sarajevo in May 1992.

The request was forwarded to the Bosnian embassy in Vienna, which is to submit it to the Austrian judicial bodies.

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