Hague chief prosecutor to meet with Serbian President Boris Tadić in Belgrade

Hague Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz, who is on a two-day visit to Belgrade on Tuesday, will confer with Serbian President Boris Tadić.

Brammertz arrived on Monday on his first visit to Belgrade after the arrest of Hague indictees Ratko Mladić and Goran Hadžić, and immediately upon his arrival, he met with the representatives of the Action Team for for Cooperation with the Hague.

Before visiting Belgrade, Brammertz said that the Tribunal’s cooperation with the Serbian authorities after the arrests of the last two Hague indictees will in the future focus on the ongoing court proceedings, and establishing how Mladić and Mladić had managed to avoid arrest for so long.

Recalling that the next report to the UN Security Council on Serbia’s cooperation with the Hague is due in November, Brammertz said that he may visit Belgrade one more time before he submits the report.

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