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English11/10/2018

MITROVIC: DESPITE BELATED, FILING OF INDICTMENT IS POSITIVE

 

BANJALUKA, October 11 /SRNA/ - Head of the Republika Srpska Organisation of families of captured and killed soldiers and missing persons, Nedeljko Mitrovic, has assessed as a positive the decision on filing indictment against Atif Dudakovic and 16 commanders and members of the Fifth Corps of the so-called BiH Army for crimes against Serbs, despite belated.

 

"We positively assess such an act of the BiH Prosecutor's Office, although this indictment is far belated, because it is necessary for the Serb victims to finally witness satisfaction and justice for the horrific crimes committed against them," Mitrovic told SRNA.

He has emphasized that he is not entirely convinced that the Court of BiH will confirm the indictment against Atif Dudakovic and the other 16 persons, bearing in mind current experience with the Court of BiH.

The BiH Prosecutor's Office issued an indictment against Dudakovic and another 16 commanders and members of the Fifth Corps of the so-called BiH Army for crimes committed against Serb civilians and prisoners of war in the Krajina region.

The indictees are charged with crimes against humanity involving the killing of more than 300 Serbs, persecution and abuse of civilians and prisoners of war, as well as the destruction of 38 orthodox churches and religious facilities, the Prosecutor’s Office has announced.

The accused are Atif Dudakovic, Ekrem Dedic, Sanel Sabic, Ibrahim Siljedic AKA Siljo, Safet Salihagic, Adis Zjakic, Hasan Ruznic, Redzep Zlojic, Samir Solakovic, Fatmir Muratovic, Muharem Alesevic, Husein Balagic, Ale Hodzic AKA Pumparica, Edin Domazet, Ejub Kozenjic AKA Ejko and Sesirdzija, Ibrahim Nadarevic and Said Mujic.

The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has issued an indictment against Dudakovic and another 16 members and commanders of the Fifth Corps of the so-called BiH Army charged with crimes against humanity committed in the municipalities of Petrovac, Kljuc, Krupa on Uni, Sanski Most and war crimes against civilians in the municipalities of Bihac and Cazin. /end/vos