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Case: Divjak Jovan

29 July 2011

Divjak: I was freed by the words - Don't shoot!

Several hundred Sarajevo residents greeted with a roaring applause retired Army of BIH general Jovan Divjak, who said that he was saved from extradition to Serbia by the words “Don’t shoot!”,which he said on May 3, 1992 in Dobrovoljacka street.

9 March 2011

Austrian Appeal for “Assessment” of Existing Warrants

Following a meeting with Bosnian officials, Austria's Ministry of Foreign Affairs says it will appeal for an assessment of existing warrants in the former Yugoslavia, so “Ejup Ganic and Tihomir Purda cases” will not happen again.


7 March 2011

Support to Jovan Divjak in Berlin and Vienna

The Society for Threatened Peoples International, in cooperation with associations of Bosnian citizens in Austria, on Monday organised protests against the arrest of Jovan Divjak, a former general of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina detained on a Serbian warrant over war crimes charges.

4 March 2011

Divjak to Be “Informed about Charges” Today

Haris Hrle, ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Austria, tells BIRN-Justice Report that he spoke to a prosecutor and judge in Vienna and expects that retired Bosnian General Jovan Divjak will be “informed about the charges against him” today.
22 April 2009

Serbian Probe into JNA Deaths Alarms Bosnians

Serbia’s move to investigate the May 1992 killings of JNA soldiers in Sarajevo raises as many questions as it answers.