The former commander of the Bosnian Army’s Fourth Corps, Ramiz Drekovic, was indicted for committing a war crime by ordering artillery attacks on a Serb-populated village in the Konjic area in 1995.
The Bosnian state prosecution on Thursday charged Ramiz Drekovic with ordering artillery attacks on the Serb-populated village of Kalinovik near Konjic in 1995.
“As a result of the shelling on several occasions in May and June 1995, a 15-year-old child died and several civilians were injured. The shelling caused major damage to property,” the prosecution said in a statement.
Drekovic was arrested on December 5 in Sarajevo, but was subsequently released from custody.
The indictment has been sent to the state court for confirmation.