Croatia extradites man convicted for Djindjic's assasination to Serbia.

By bne IntelliNews August 26, 2010
Sretko Kalinic, convicted for the 2003 assassination of Serbian PM Zoran Djindjic has been extradited to Serbia. Kalinic was arrested in June after being shot in Zagreb, Croatia, by an accomplice in Djindjic's murder, Milos Simovic, who was later on arrested as well. Kalinic was tried in Belgrade in 2007 in absentia for Djindjic's assassination and sentenced to 40 years in prison. He was part of the Zemun gang, which has plotted to kill the then-PM Djindjic.

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