Bosnia war crimes victims submit evidence against former Serbian officials

Bosnian war crimes victims on Thursday submitted evidence to the Prosecutors Office for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) accusing three former members of the Serbian Supreme Council of war crimes committed during the 1992-95 Bosnian civil war. Former Yugoslav presidents Zoran Lilic and Dobrica Cosic and the former president of Montenegro Momir Bulatovic have been accused of ordering an arms increase for the Serbian army during the war in BiH. It is unclear whether the allegations, submitted by an association of Bosnian wartime camp inmates, will warrant charges to be filed against the three former Serbian leaders.

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