UN urges for support on Hadžić arrest

The UN Security Council on Wednesday urged nations around the world to help arrest Goran Hadžić, the last fugitive wanted by the UN war crimes court. 

The Security Council issued a statement in which it unanimously “reiterates its call on all states, especially the states of the former Yugoslavia, to intensify cooperation with and render all necessary assistance to the International Tribunal, and in particular calls for the arrest of Goran Hadžić.”

Hadžić, 52, is the last suspect at large following last month’s arrest of the top wanted suspect chief Ratko Mladić.

He is a former political leader of Serbs in Croatia and faces charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Vukovar and several other municipalities in Croatia.

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