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INTERPOL issues an arrest warrant for Milan Radoicic

INTERPOL issues an arrest warrant for Milan Radoicic

The international police organization, INTERPOL, issued an arrest warrant for the former vice-president of the Serbian List, Millan Radoicic, in connection with the armed attack in Banjska - the northern part of Kosovo.

The news was confirmed for Radio Free Europe by Nenad Rashič, Minister for Communities and Return in the Government of Kosovo.

He said that the arrest warrant was issued with the mediation of the United Nations mission in Kosovo, UNMIK, based on the request of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kosovo.

Since Kosovo is not a member of INTERPOL, international arrest warrants are issued in this way.

INTERPOL told Radio Free Europe that it does not comment on specific cases or individuals.

This agency clarified that, at the request of member countries and after verification of compliance, they issue so-called "red notices".

"Red Notice" alerts police around the world to internationally wanted fugitives and helps bring them to justice. However, it is within the competence of INTERPOL member countries to decide whether to arrest a person or not./ REL

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