Milan Radoicic’s case in a legal vacuum over unresolved relations between Belgrade and Pristina

The Vice-President of Srpska Lista, Milan Radoicic, who is being investigated by the Kosovo Prosecutor’s Office regarding his involvement in Oliver Ivanovic’s murder, organized crime and drug trafficking, and would be arrested if he returned to Kosovo, has passed polygraph testing in central Serbia and is moving freely. This is possible because the investigative and judicial authorities of Serbia and Kosovo are not cooperating at a practical level, nor do they have mechanisms that would allow them to cooperate directly. The case of Milan Radoicic is a picturesque example of the legal vacuum that has existed for years and which makes it possible for the same person to be convicted of crimes in the territory of Serbia, while remaining a free and even a respectable citizen in Kosovo and vice versa.

Milan Radoičić Foto: Srđan Ilić

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