Source Pravda.Ru

Belgrade has no information of Ratko Mladic's location

Yugoslav authorities have no information, whether Bosnian Serbs' ex-Army Commander Ratko Mladic is on the Yugoslav territory, Serbian Parliament Security Committee Chief Dragan Sutanovac said in a newspaper interview on Thursday.

In this way he commented on Hague tribunal Prosecutor General Carla Del Ponte's statement that she would uncover General Mladic's exact address in Yugoslavia on arriving in Belgrade. Carla Del Ponte's visit to the Yugoslav capital is scheduled for July, 19.

In his turn Serbian Minister of the Interior Dushan Mikhailovic announced in the parliament earlier that the Serbian police was ready to head for the address, which the tribunal's prosecutor general would unveil, with Del Ponte. However the minister evaded the journalists' question of whether the police would arrest the Bosnian Serbs' former army commander, if he was spotted at the address.

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