A group of 25 students of a master program at the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security Studies, University of Maribor, Slovenia, visited the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Tuesday. The students are paying a study visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the framework of which they voiced interest in learning more about the organization and operation of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
During their visit to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the students had the opportunity to talk to representatives of the Public Information and Outreach Section, Legal Department and Witness Support Section at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The students expressed major interest by asking questions about the organization, structure and particular characteristics of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The students were also addressed by the Chief-of-Staff of the HJPC Presidency, Mr. Admir Katica, who informed the students about the responsibilities of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
At the end of the visit, the students were given promotional material of the Court of BiH, and were invited to keep following the work of the Court via its official website.