Serbia received Marović extradition demand

Svetozar Marović

Serbia’s Justice Ministry has received a request from Montenegro to extradite the former president of Serbia and Montenegro, Svetozar Marović, in order to serve his jail sentence to which he had been convicted in Montenegro. His son, Miloš, should start serving his prison term in Serbia, the request suggested.

The Serbian Ministry of Justice released a statement for the Radio Free Europe, saying that “the received requests will be submitted to a competent court for further decision-making.”

In 2017, Montenegro issued an international arrest warrant for the ex-high official of the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, DPS, and his son Miloš, in connection with a long-running corruption case in their hometown of Budva.


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