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The Hague, 10 November 2008
Prosecutor Serge Brammertz is currently conducting his regular working visits to the region of the former Yugoslavia. He will be in Zagreb, Croatia today and tomorrow and in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on Wednesday and Thursday. On 17 and 18 November, Prosecutor Brammertz will be in Belgrade, Serbia.
The purpose of the visits is to meet with representatives of the local authorities in charge of cooperation with the ICTY in preparation for the Prosecutor’s regular report to the United Nations Security Council in December.
In each of the three capital cities, Prosecutor Brammertz will meet with government representatives, members of the judiciary dealing with war crimes cases and other officials in charge of cooperation with the Tribunal.
The Prosecutor will submit his written report to United Nations Security Council at the end of November and will appear before the Security Council in New York in December. The biannual reports are submitted in accordance with Security Council Resolution 1543(2004) and provide the Prosecutor’s assessment of the progress made in implementing the Tribunal’s Completion Strategy.
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
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