Minister Dacic in talks with a President of a International Criminal Tribunal for a Former Yugoslavia

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had talks with Judge Carmelo Aguis, President of a International Criminal Tribunal for a Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), who is streamer a Hague Tribunal’s commission on an central revisit to Belgrade, from 31 Oct – 2 Nov 2017. The President of a Tribunal was accompanied by his Chief of Staff Ana Cristina Rodriguez Pineda as good as by her emissary Amanda Molesworth.

The commission of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs, led by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, also enclosed Mr. Veljko Odalovic Secretary General of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and President of a Commission on Missing Persons, Ambassador Dr Slavoljub Caric Head of a International Legal Affairs Department, and Ms. Jasmina Pekmezovic, First Counsellor.

The revisit by a ICTY President takes place in a horizon of a ICTY Completion Strategy heading adult to a closure on 31 Dec 2017. The talks enclosed topics such as a bequest of a Hague Tribunal from a investiture 24 years ago until today, team-work among a Western Balkans countries on fight crime-related issues, opening a Hague Tribunal Information Offices in Serbia, a position of Serbian adults portion jail sentences and also a comment of a altogether team-work between a Republic of Serbia and a International Criminal Tribunal for a Former Yugoslavia.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17128-minister-dacic-in-talks-with-the-president-of-the-international-criminal-tribunal-for-the-former-yugoslavia