U.S. Blocks Assets of 3 Bosnia Suspects
WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Treasury Department on Monday moved to block the financial assets of three people in Bosnia-Herzegovina suspected of supporting war criminals and obstructing the Dayton peace accords, a department spokesman said.
The action by Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control covers Dragon Spasojevic, Dragomir Vasic and Milenko Vracar.
Since the war ended in 1995, Bosnia has remained under international administration as it struggles to overcome ethnic divisions. The Dayton peace accords that ended the war carved the country into a Bosnian Serb republic and a Muslim-Croat federation.