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ICTY Weekly Press Briefing - 6th Oct 2004

ICTY Weekly Press Briefing

note that this is not a verbatim transcript of the Press Briefing.
It is merely a summary.

ICTY Weekly Press Briefing

Date: 06.10.2004

Time: 11.45 p.m.

Registry and Chambers:

Jim Landale, Spokesman for Registry and Chambers,
made the following statement:

Good morning,

The Tribunal was honoured to host a visit by Queen
Beatrix yesterday morning. During the visit, the Queen was the guest
of honour at a meeting with the Tribunal’s Judges, where a varied
and detailed discussion was held on various subjects of importance
to the work of the institution. In addition, the Queen had an opportunity
to sit in on an ongoing trial, and, at her request, meet and talk
informally with ICTY staff members from around the world.

Yesterday afternoon, the President of the Tribunal,
Judge Meron, met with the President of the Republika Srpska in Bosnia
and Herzegovina, Dragan Cavic, who was also visiting the Tribunal.
In his meeting with President Cavic, President Meron again pressed
for the quick arrest of Radovan Karadzic and all other fugitives
from international justice on the territory of the RS. President
Cavic spoke of his determination to fully cooperate with the Tribunal.

In terms of the court schedule, I would like
to remind you that the Milosevic trial is due to continue on Tuesday
12 October.

The trial of Naser Oric is due to continue throughout
next week. On that note, we have copies of the new amended indictment
for those who have not yet had the opportunity to pick one up.

There will be a status conference in The Prosecutor
v. Mrksic, Radic and Sljivancanin
tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Courtroom

There will be a status conference in The Prosecutor
v. Cermak and Markac
next Tuesday 12 October at 2.30 p.m. in
Courtroom I.

A list of the most recent court documents will
be available to you after this.

Office of the Prosecution:

Florence Hartmann for the Office of the Prosecutor
made no statement.


Asked whether the Prosecutor would give a negative
report about Croatia to EU foreign ministers during her meeting
with them next Monday in Luxembourg, telling them that Croatia had
not fulfilled its obligations to the ICTY, Hartmann responded that
the Prosecutor would assess the level of cooperation Croatia had
shown to the ICTY to date.

She added that the Gotovina case was still an important
issue. She pointed out that indictees could be arrested at any time
so it was impossible to say what the situation would be on Monday.

Court documents:

The Prosecutor v. Slobodan Milosevic

1 October 2004 – Prosecution’s Submissions on "List
B" Witnesses. (19pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Naser Oric

4 October 2004 – Decision on Submitted Second Amended
Indictment. (1pg)

5 October 2004 – Prosecution’s Submission Substantiating
Selected Disputed Paragraphs of the Prosecution’s Pre-Trial Brief.

The Prosecutor v. Vidoje Blagojevic and Dragan

27 September 2004 – Motion to Seek Leave to Respond
to the Prosecution’s Final Brief on the Basis of it Containing Irrelevant,
Innacurate and Deceiving Information. (2pgs)

28 September 2004 – Decision on Motion to Seek
Leave to Respond to the Prosecution’s Final Brief. (4pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Mejakic, Gruban, Fustar
and Knezevic

29 September 2004 – Supplement Motion by the Prosecutor
Under Rule 11bis. (5pgs)

4 October 2004 – Order Transferring a Motion Pursuant
to Rule 11bis. (2pgs)

4 October 2004 – Order Appointing a Trial Chamber
for the Purposes of Determining Whether the Indictment Should be
Referred to Another Court Under Rule 11bis. (2pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Dragan Nikolic

24 September 2004 – Appellant’s Brief in Reply
to the Prosecution Respondent’s Brief. (11pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Sefer Halilovic

29 September 2004 – Prosecutor’s Motion Seeking
Leave to Amend the Indictment. (6pgs)

30 September 2004 – Decision on Prosecution’s Application
for Leave to Disclose Further Material and Defence Renewed Motion
to Cease Investigations. (3pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Vojislav

27 September 2004 – Prosecution’s Fourth Report
Concerning Disclosure. (3pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Hadzihasanovic and Kubura

4 October 2004 – Joint Defence Request for Certification
of Trial Chamber’s Decision on Enver Hadzihasanovic and Amir Kubura’s
Motion for Acquittal. (10pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Radoslav Brdanin

1 October 2004 – Notice of Appeal (23pgs)

The Prosecutor v. Miroslav Tadic

5 October 2004 – Application for the Early Release
of Mr. Miroslav Tadic. (1pg)

5 October 2004 – Application for the Early Release
of Mr. Miroslav Tadic. (2pgs)


also the latest ADC-ICTY press briefing.