Chief Hague Prosecutor to meet Serbian President

Serbian President Boris Tadić will confer with Hague Tribunal Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz on Wednesday, the second day of his visit to Belgrade.

Brammertz is visiting Serbia as part of his regular activities as Hague Tribunal chief prosecutor, prior to submitting the regular report to the UN Security Council on Serbia’s cooperation with the Tribunal.

He started off his working visit to Belgrade by meeting with Head of Serbia’s National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal Rasim Ljajić and War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukčević, with whom he discussed the pending cases and the situation in Serbian judiciary, as well as prosecution of war crimes suspects’ accomplices.

“We continue to fight together,” Brammertz was quoted as saying after the meeting with Vukčević by Deputy Prosecutor Bruno Vekarić, who also attended the meeting at the Special Court in Belgrade.

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