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BiH president vows to fight corruption, organized crime


16:16, January 17, 2013

SARAJEVO, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- President Nebojsa Radmanovic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) said on Wedensday all segments of the society must fight against terrorism and crime.

Radmanovic made the remarks during his visit to the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) of BiH and holding talk with SIPA Director Goran Zubac.

"All segments of society must take part in fight against terrorism and crime, not only one Segment," said Radmanovic.

"This should be an appeal to BiH institutions -- Presidency and Council of Ministers that have special jurisdictions, institutions that deal with investigations to judicial organs for complete coordination in the fight because if one segment is not working, big actions fall through," said Radmanovic.

Radmanovic noted he will support all institutions in BiH in fight against corruption and organized crime at all levels, adding that future plans will focus on strengthening of institutions like SIPA.

Zubac confirmed that SIPA and Intelligence Security Agency (OSA) were involved in the investigation of the explosion at the site of a monument in Mostar.

A monument for members of the Army of Bosina and Herzegovina was damaged by an explosion in Mostar on Monday, no one was injured.

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