Hague Prosecutor visits Serbia

Chief Hague Prosecutor Serge Brammertz is in Belgrade where he is conferring with Prime Minister Ivica Dačić and War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukčević.

He is also meeting with representatives of the international community.

Brammertz yesterday, on the first day of his visit, met with President of the National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal Rasim Ljajić, and said that his report on Serbia’s cooperation – due to be present to the United Nations in December – will be positive.

During the meeting, Ljajić and Brammertz agreed that cooperation between Serbia and the Hague prosecution was on a very high level when it came to submission of documents, access to archives of state authorities and witnesses, and that there are no outstanding issues, announced the minister’s cabinet.

Brammertz informed Ljajić about the stages of individual trials currently held before the Tribunal.

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