Sanjin Sefić, who has spent more than two months in the extradition custody in Novi Sad, Serbia, should be extradited to the authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina today.
The extradition of Sanjin Sefić was planned for January 9, it was confirmed recently by the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo.
Sanjin Sefić is charged for killing Selma Agić and Edita Malkoč, students of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, in the Zmaja od Bosne Street in Sarajevo, by driving his car at high speed. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Sarajevo Canton, Sefić is a multiple recidivist in the commission of offenses in the area of traffic and public order.
On Tuesday, October 11, Sefić crossed the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. He was arrested on October 12 in Novi Sad.