At the end of September 1992, the minister of internal affairs of Montenegro Nikola Pejakovic, officially informs Mrs. Danijela Stupar-Titoric that her husband Alemko from Novo Sarajevo had been arrested in Herceg-Novi on May 26, 1992, and that he and 34 arrested were handed to “the authorized officers of SUP from Srebrenica, Petar Mitrovic and […]
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