Kuburovic and Brammertz assessed that Serbia and the Office of the Prosecutor of the Mechanism have excellent cooperation, as indicated in the new six-month report of this Office.
Brammertz applauded the organisation of a regional conference of war crimes prosecutors, in which prosecutors from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro took place, as well as the Chief Prosecutor of the Mechanism and representatives of the Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor's Office.
The conference was held in Belgrade in May this year with the aim of securing a more efficient processing of war crimes and strengthening of direct cooperation and exchange of relevant information among prosecutors' offices in the region.
Speaking about the further improvement of the capacity of the War Crimes Prosecutor's Office in Serbia, Brammertz said that his Office of the Prosecutor will continue to support the Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade through the organisation of special training and training for deputy prosecutors of the War Crimes Prosecutor's Office.
The Serbian Minister of Justice will represent the Republic of Serbia at the United Nations Security Council meeting in New York on Wednesday, 17 July at which a new six-month report on the work of the Mechanism will be presented, according to a statement of the Ministry of Justice.