The war crimes prosecutor’s offices of Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina agreed in Sarajevo on mutual help and concrete cooperation in a number of war crime cases.
The meeting between the delegations of the two prosecutions headed by chief prosecutors Vladimir Vukčević and Goran Salihović presented the activities in concrete cases and agreed on further cooperation in a joint fight against unpunished war crimes on the two countries’ EU paths, the Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor’s Office said.
Bosnian prosecution officials informed their Serbian colleagues about the activities on the search, discovery and exhumation of war crime victims – Serbian citizens kidnapped from a train in Strpce in 1993 whose remains are suspected to be located in the area of Višegrad.
After informing the Serbian Prosecutor’s Office about the possible location of bodies of victims of the Štrpce crime, some remains were found in the vicinity of the site and a detailed analysis will determine the identities, the statement reads.
The Bosnian prosecution promised full support and cooperation in finding remains of victims, their exhumation and identification.
Vukčević and Salihović also discussed the cases of Dobrovoljačka Street and Tuzla Column.
The Serbian delegation was informed about recent delivery of evidence in two war crime cases in the area of Srebrenica in which the charges have been raised and the suspects are located in the territory of Serbia.