Serge Brammertz

Bosnian prosecutor: War crimes suspects beyond reach of police, better cooperation needed

The prosecutorial authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina are working on a large number of cases of war crimes whose perpetrators are outside the country, and the problem with their prosecution is the lack of regional cooperation, Bosnia and Herzegovina's Chief State Prosecutor Gordana Tadic told the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Serge Brammertz, in Sarajevo on Tuesday.

Brammertz says Bosnian prosecution not biased

Croatia's then Justice Minister Orsat Miljenic said the factual descriptions of crimes committed in BiH "mention attacks by the Croatian army and some things that, in our view, are simply incorrect and insult Croatia's legal order. They don't stem from the international agreements that were in force and distort what happened there."

Serbia takes step back in cooperation with ICTY

Brammertz further informed the Security Council that the positive trend in regional cooperation in war crimes "appears to be reversing".

Brammertz requests Hadzic case be declared closed

The Chief Prosecutor of the UN tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Serge Brammertz, has requested the termination of the proceedings against war-time Croatian Serb rebel leader Goran Hadzic, who has been diagnosed with brain cancer, ...

ICTY prosecutor Brammertz visits Zagreb ahead of new report to U.N.

The prosecutor will meet with Foreign Affairs and European Integration Minister Miro Kovac, Justice Minister Ante Sprlje and State Attorney-General Dinko Cvitan.