Seminar was held in Sarajevo in the period from 27th – 29th of June

In accordance with the implementation plan from June 27th to June 29th, a seminar was organized in Sarajevo to train representatives of the judiciary, prosecution and police from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, within the project “Strengthening Investigation And Prosecution Capacity In The Western Balkans Countries – Financial investigations as a tool to combat organized crime and corruption“ which the Center for Monitoring and Research conducts in cooperation with partners: Association for Democratic Initiatives from Sarajevo and Transparency Serbia from Serbia, which is supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

The seminar was attended by prosecutors, judges, police officers and representatives of relevant institutions and agencies from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.

The lecture was held by lecturers Vladimir Ceklic (Assistant Director of the Directorate for Seized Asset Management, Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia) and Bojan Brankovic (court expert of the economic and financial profession from Serbia), and the seminar was opened by Zlatko Vujovic, President of the Governing Board of CeMI, Snjezana Ivandic from the Association for Democratic Initiatives from Sarajevo and Zlata Djordjevic from Transparency Serbia.

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