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BANJALUKA, September 14 /SRNA/ - The director of the Republika Srpska Center for the Investigation of war and War Crimes and the Search for Missing Persons, Milorad Kojic, expects the establishment of formal cooperation in information exchange between Serbia and Republika Srpska when it comes to the search for missing persons.


Kojic has told SRNA that he had a meeting today in Banjaluka with the president of the Serbian Government’s Commission for the Search for Missing Persons, Veljko Odalovic, and that they expressed the will of the both sides to accelerate the process of delivering information.

“We concluded that opening archives in the region is a very important issue, having in mind the fact that Croatia closed access to archives not only to Serbia but to all countries of the region, which to a significant degree is slowing down the search for missing persons,” Kojic has said.

He has said that this process is in a standstill also because of the Bosniak control of the BiH Missing Persons Institute.

Kojic has reiterated that it is very important to establish formal cooperation with the Serbian Government’s Commission for the Search of Missing Persons, of which an agreement in principle was reached today. /end/sg