The ICMP Director-General today received representative of NGOs from Republika Srpska representing the families of missing persons, Mr. Nedeljko Mitrovic head of the Republika Srpska Organization of Imprisoned and Killed Soldiers and Missing Civilians, and the members of this Organization Mr. Boro Peulić and Mr. Veljko Lazic, as well as BiH MPI Board of Directors member Mr. Milutin Misic, where they discussed a variety of issues relevant to the missing persons process.
Following an invitation from the Libyan Government, the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) has deployed a team of experts to discuss assisting Libya in addressing the issue of persons missing from the recent conflict, as well as the four decades of Muammar Gaddafi’s rule. ICMP will also provide immediate assistance in resolving specific cases.
A group of politicians from the British Parliament, the European Parliament and the Grand National Assembly of Turkey visited the headquarters and the DNA laboratory of the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) in Sarajevo today. The goal of the visit was for the parliamentarians to learn about the wide range of ICMP’s activities towards resolving the issue of missing persons in the Western Balkans and in other parts of the world.