UN court: Mladic has a good health condition

There is no indication that ex-Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic is suffering a terminal illness but he is still undergoing tests in prison, a UN war crimes court spokeswoman said Wednesday.

“What I can tell about his claims that he is terminally or seriously ill, is that the rule is that doctors in the detention unit have a duty and obligation to inform the registrar should there be any indications of a life-threatening situation,” Nerma Jelacic said.

“To date no such situation has been reported in regards to Mladic, although we have performed a number of medical examinations with him,” added Jelacic, spokeswoman for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

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