The Minister of Communications and Transport of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vojin Mitrovic, appointed a four-member commission headed by the chief investigator Salko Begic on the occasion of the plane crash in the area of Mount Kozara, Anadolia reports.
”Minister of Communications and Transport of Bosnia and Herzegovina Vojin Mitrovic, in accordance with Article 108 of the BiH Aviation Law, appointed a four-member commission headed by Chief Investigator Salko Begic on the occasion of the Piper 28 sports plane crash that occurred on December 10 in Kozara Mountain,” it was announced from the Ministry of Communications and Transport of BiH.
Members of the Special Anti-Terrorist Unit of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republika Srpska found the remains of a sports plane, whose disappearance was reported on December 10, two days ago in the area of the village of Subotici, on Kozara.
”The plane was located as part of a large search that continued today in the area of Kozara by members of the police administrations of Gradiska and Prijedor, gendarmerie units, SAJ, Republic Administration of Civil Protection, Helicopter Service of Republika Srpska, mountaineers, places and other citizens,” it was announced previously from the RS Ministry of the Interior.
The Gradiska police station was reported to have lost contact with the pilot of a sports plane returning from a flight from Velika Kladusa to Banja Luka