Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Nationals fighting in ISIL deported to BiH


Bosnia-Herzegovina’s nationals fighting in the ISIL terrorist organization arrived on Thursday in BiH, BHRT reports.

The aircraft which transported them to BiH is military and landed at Sarajevo Airport.

It was planned for the group to arrive in Sarajevo two weeks ago, but the day before deportation all was all delayed, although the BiH Presidency agreed. These are, unofficially, seven BiH nationals already on Interpol’s warrants.

There are also six women and 12 children in this group. One of them is an orphan who was burned during rocket attacks on the Syrian battlefield.

Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Mektic said earlier that on December 7, along with BiH civilians, combatants, BiH citizens who fought on the ISIL side, who are on an international warrant, should also be deported.

According to Avaz news portal, Jasmin Keserovic and Emir Alisic are among the BiH deportees who have been deported today.


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