Nine persons suspected of belonging to the so-called ISIL were to be deported from Syria to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Thursday. However, due to recent developments in the area, namely Turkey’s planned military action to be carried out, the deportation has been delayed, Oslobodenje newspapers reports.
Other police agencies and the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH are informed about the arrival of ISILs who have passed the check on US forces in Syria.
A red Interpol warrant is issued for six of them. Among them are Hamza Labidi, Senad Kasupovic, Jasmin Keserovic, Emir Alisic. Unofficially, Armin Abdullah Curt, for whom the Minister of Security Dragan Mektic claimed that he had escaped from prison, should also be deported. Only Ibro Cufurovic from Velika Kladusa is now deported to BiH.
He is already on trial in the Court of BiH because of joining and participating in foreign paramilitary formations.