BELGRADE, THE HAGUE -- Date of Ratko Mladić's extradition to the Hague Tribunal is kept secret due to security risks.
The most wanted Hague Tribunal indictee will be detained in the District Prison in Belgrade until conditions for the extradition have been met.
The Hague Tribunal has appointed judges in charge of his case.

The court has announced that German judge Christoph Fluegge will handle the court proceedings in Mladić's case. The bench also includes Alphons Orie from Netherlands and Bakone Moloto from South Africa.

National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal President Rasim Ljajić says that time and date of Mladić's extradition will not be made public due to risks.

Hague Tribunal amends indictment

Hague Tribunal Judge Alphons Orie has confirmed an amended indictment against Mladić, which accuses him of genocide in Srebrenica and eight more municipalities in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The indictment against Mladić is the same as the one against former Republic of Srpska (RS) President Radovan Karadžić.

Mladić will enter a plea when he first appears before the court, which will happen within 48 hours after he is extradited from Serbia.

The amended indictment charges Mladić with 11 counts of genocide, crimes against humanity against non-Serbs and violation of law and customs of war during the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1992 until 1995.

Two counts of the indictment charge him with genocide while the remaining nine counts charge him with persecution, murder, deportation, terror, illegal attacks on civilians and taking of hostages.

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