Serbian PM denies negotiating surrender with wanted war criminal

[JURIST] Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica [Wikipedia profile] denied earlier reports Thursday that his government was negotiating a surrender with war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic [BBC profile]. Two Serbian newspapers and a rights activist claimed [JURIST report] that the government was contacting Mladic, who is wanted [JURIST report] by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) [official website] in connection with the Srebrenica massacre [Wikipedia profile]. Kostunica said the media was hampering efforts to locate Mladic. Reuters has more.



 

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