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Russia criticizes UN war crimes court for refusing provisional release to Mladic

17 May 2017


Tags : news - bosnia,icty,mladic,russia


Moscow/The Hague,  dtt-net.com – Russian government criticized the last week decision of the International Criminal Tribunal for former-Yugoslavia (ICTY) rejecting a demand for provisional release for medical treatment in Russia of former military leader of Bosnia Serbs, Ratko Mladic.


 


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