Serbian Justice Minister Nela Kuburovic said that the Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime together with the Ministry of Internal Affairs conducted investigative actions in connection with the murder of the leader of the CI SDP Oliver Ivanovic, and that she believes that there will be concrete results although Pristina did not act upon and did not agree to the implementation of a joint investigation.
The minister told Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) that they would have had better results if Pristina had responded positively to Belgrade’s request, as of January last year, on the joint investigation.
“The Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime has absolutely respected all that was requested. In addition to the fact that all the persons, for whom it was proposed, were examined, all the evidence collected that was requested, and it was forwarded to Pristina,” the minister told RTS.
She said that even without cooperation with Pristina, Serbian authorities continue to investigate.