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Dacic: Seven people from Interpol wanted list arrested

31. October 2010. | 14:52

Source: Radio Serbia

Dacic said that Montenegro had not published the names of the arrested, but the media speculate that one of them is Boris Leban, one of the suspects for the cocaine trafficking from South America.

On the basis of extraditions agreement with Montenegro, the Serbian police have arrested seven Serbian citizens who are on the international wanted list of the Interpol in Podgorica, stated Serbian Minister of Interior Ivica Dacic.

He has added that in line with the same agreement, the Montenegrin police have arrested five of their citizens, asked for by the Serbian police.

Dacic said that Montenegro had not published the names of the arrested, but the media speculate that one of them is Boris Leban, one of the suspects for the cocaine trafficking from South America.

In regards of that matter, the trial is going on in Belgrade to the group of Darko Saric.

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