20th meeting of the Joint Committee on the Distribution of Diplomatic and Consular Property of the Former SFRY was held
The meeting was attended by authorized representatives of all countries – successors of former SFRY – Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bakir Sadović), the Republic of Croatia (Petar Uzorinac), the Republic of North Macedonia (Borčo Damjanov), the Republic of Slovenia (Jožef Drofenik) and the Republic of Serbia (Slavica Jelača).
The Agenda of the 20th meeting of the Joint Committee comprised a series of current topics in the process of the distribution of diplomatic and consular property of the former SFRY.
The meeting was completed with the adoption of the Resolution and passing of a series of specific decisions per all items of the Agenda – which includes also the distribution of ten real estate properties of the former SFRY.
Therefore, by the agreement of countries successors, in this distribution, the Republic of Serbia was granted the facilities of the embassy in Copenhagen, embassy/ residence in La Paz (together with Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia), a part of the embassy and auxiliary facility in New Delhi and the apartment in Trieste.
The distribution of the real estate of the former SFRY from the Addendum of Annex B of the Convention on Succession Affairs in the geographic regions of OECD and Latin America and the Caribbean was thus completed entirely.
Furthermore, two real estate properties for which, after the examination of the property-legal and factual status, it was confirmed beyond any doubt that they have never been or are no longer owned by the former SFRY, were written off.
Moreover, the final agreement with regards to the distribution of the land within the physical distribution of the diplomatic complex of the former SFRY in Brasilia was reached and also the physical distribution of the diplomatic complex in New Delhi was agreed upon.
The list of works of art which were located at the DCM of the former SFRY and on whose factual state there are no data was verified and updated and it will be sent to Interpol for the search and taking of further measures within its competence.
The meeting of the Joint Committee in Sarajevo took place in a constructive and busy atmosphere and despite the complexity of the succession process of the former SFRY, a compromised joint progress was achieved and important decisions on certain issues were passed.
The following, 21st meeting of the Joint Committee on the Distribution of Diplomatic and Consular Property of the former SFRY will be held by middle of 2022 in Zagreb.