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IN MONTENEGRO 10. 07. 2018.   >>  16:16 0


Four investigations for war crimes active

A war crimes trial is ongoing in Montenegro, while an investigation of four cases related to war conflicts in Kosovo, Croatia and BiH is still ongoing. All war crimes compensation proceedings before the Montenegrin courts have been resolved and totaled more than 5 million euros.

According to the Third Periodic Report of the Montenegrin Committee on Tackling Violence, five cases of war crimes are currently being investigated.

The "Zmajević" trial is ongoing. He was accused of indictment of war crimes against ethnic Albanian civilians on March 30, 1999, in the area of Zegra and Danube villages, the municipality of Gjilane, Kosovo, as a soldier - a volunteer of the Yugoslav Army.

Four cases are still under investigation. A murders are being investigated during armed conflicts in Kosovo, carried out by the unknown person.  In this case, evidence is collected through international legal aid.

Also, the Special State Prosecutor's Office has formed 28 cases since 2014 in response to the request of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia to provide them with international assistance. In all cases the requested evidence was collected and delivered.

There were no cases where a witness protection decision was made or the victims sought protection.

In practice, there were no examples of threats or intimidation of witnesses in war crimes cases nor were criminal proceedings conducted on that occasion.

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