Serbia will not extradite to Bosnia and Herzegovina war crimes indictee Dusko Kornjaca, the wartime commander of the Cajnice municipality, for whom the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued a warrant for the killings and persecution of non-Serbs.
This was confirmed today by the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, who said that Dusko Kornjaca is a citizen of Serbia, whose extradition, according to him, is demanded by BiH and the pro-Western opposition, and that he is a “reputable doctor”, Klix.ba writes.
“According to which law do you ask me to arrest Serbs? I will not, and I have no right under any law of the Republic of Serbia,” said Vucic.
He also commented on comments that he “protects war criminals”.
I do not protect, but I respect some principles. I will no longer listen to theories that Serbia has the most war criminals. I will not, I will not have such a theory and you cannot do anything to me, “Vucic told Serbian media.
According to the website of the Court of BiH, the Indictment charges the Accused Kornjaca with being in the area of Cajnice Municipality in the period from mid-April 1992 to the end of June 1992, as part of a widespread and systematic attack by the Territorial Defense and the Cajnice Serb Police Station.
Kornjaca. as a conscious participant in a joint criminal enterprise, planned and ordered the persecution of the non-Serb population from the municipality of Cajnice.
Duško Kornjaca has been living freely in Novi Sad for years, where he works as a doctor in a polyclinic.