Thursday, September 6, 2007


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (September 6 ,2007) - The Bosnian government decided to bar entry to the country for 42 people listed by the EU as possible aides to war criminals.

Bosnia's Prime Minister, Nikola Spiric, also indicated that the Bosnian government might soon also decide to freeze the assets of supporters of the war-crimes indictees, Bosnian daily "Oslobodenje" reported.

Bosnia has yet to freeze the assets of the indictees themselves, despite calls by the office of the international community's high representative in Bosnia, which has been charged with overseeing Bosnia's postwar development.

Four men indicted by the ICTY remain on the run: wartime leaders of the Serbians living in Bosnia,Serbian war criminals Radovan Karadzic,Ratko Mladic and Stojan Zupljanin and Serbian war criminal Goran Hadzic, a wartime leader of the Serbians living in Croatia.

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