Red notice over war-time deportation


Montenegro has issued a red international Interpol notice for the arrest of five people, including the former head of the state security agency, DB. They are wanted on suspicion that they deported 79 refugees – Bosnian Muslims and Serbs – back to the war-torn country in May 1992.

Judge Milenka Žižić, of Podgorica’s Specialized Court for Organized Crime, Corruption, Terrorism and War Crimes, explained that the five are at large, and that charges again them include war crimes against civilians.

They have been identified as former chief of the Montenegrin DB Boško Bojović, and Milosav Marković aka Mića, Radoje Radunović, Duško Bakrač and Milorad Ivanović.

Žižić claims that the fugitives are now in Serbia, and that Bojović, Radunović and Ivanović also have Serbian passports and reside in Belgrade.

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