Three members in the state presidency had an informal meeting to discus the copies of a letter they received from the International Court of Justice in The Hague, regarding the revision of the 2007 ruling in the Bosnia vs. Serbia genocide case. They agreed to send individual responses to the Court, instead of one on behalf of the Presidency.
The ICJ sent letters to three members in the presidency this week, seeking clarification of the status of Bosnia’s agent, Sakib Softić, who filed a request for the revision. In July last year, the Serb member in the presidency Mladen Ivanić wrote to the Court and challenged Softić’s legitimacy to represent Bosnia. The presidency members have until 6 pm, March 2 to clarify Softić’s status.