01 August 2018
Serbian police announced that they have arrested a former Bosnian military commander, over alleged war crimes committed against Serb civilians in Sarajevo.
The Bosnian embassy in Belgrade reported that the former soldier was arrested on a Serbian warrant.
The arrest comes as the Humanitarian Law Centre said this week that the Serbian government is stalling on prosecuting war crimes and seems to have set a strategy of “waiting for time to do its work”.
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