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According to international legal procedure Aleksandar Sasa Sindjelic, cooperative witness in the investigation of the Special Public Prosecutor’s Office of planning terrorist attacks in Montenegro can not be extradited to the Republic of Croatia until the end of the judicial process in Montenegro, even with the official request of that country, , daily Pobjeda reports.
According to the newspaper, this legal postulate is one of the reasons why the Republic of Croatia, after several consultations with the Ministry of Justice of Montenegro, has not requested extradition of Sindjelic who was sentenced to imprisonment of 21 years for the murder.
As a reminder, the County Court in Vukovar told yesterday to RTV Montenegro, that they were not informed that Sindjelic is in Montenegro, adding if conditions were created they would involve in the process of his extradition to Croatia.
An official of the Democratic Front Andrija Mandic said yesterday that he had the document from the Vukovar County Court, claiming that they were willing to take Sindjelic.
Source: Radio Television Montenegro