Tribunal Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

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1 Tuesday, 22 July 2003

2 [Open session]

3 --- Upon commencing at 9.02 a.m.

4 [The accused entered court]

5 JUDGE AGIUS: Yes. Good morning, Madam Registrar. Could you call

6 the case, please.

7 THE REGISTRAR: Yes, Your Honour. Good morning, Your Honours.

8 This is the case number IT-99-36-T, the Prosecutor versus Radoslav

9 Brdjanin.

10 JUDGE AGIUS: I thank you.

11 Mr. Brdjanin, good morning to you. Can you hear me in a language

12 that you can understand?

13 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Good morning, Your Honours. Yes, I

14 can.

15 JUDGE AGIUS: I thank you. Please sit down.

16 Appearances, Prosecution.

17 MR. NICHOLLS: Good morning, Your Honours. Julian Nicholls with

18 Joanna Korner and Denise Gustin.

19 JUDGE AGIUS: Okay. Thank you, and good morning to you.

20 Appearances for Radoslav Brdjanin.

21 MR. CUNNINGHAM: Good morning, Your Honours. David Cunningham

22 with Barbara Baruch, we're assisted by Mr. Vojic.

23 JUDGE AGIUS: Any preliminaries.

24 MS. KORNER: Not in open session, Your Honour. There's one

25 matter.

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20 JUDGE AGIUS: Now, with regard to tomorrow's witness, I would like

21 you -- first of all, who will be leading?

22 MR. NICHOLLS: Mr. Koumjian.

23 JUDGE AGIUS: Mr. Koumjian. So may I ask you to be kind enough,

24 Mr. Nicholls, to convey to Mr. Koumjian our message.

25 MR. NICHOLLS: Yes.

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1 JUDGE AGIUS: That he ought to liaise with you, Mr. Cunningham.

2 MR. CUNNINGHAM: Yes, Your Honour.

3 JUDGE AGIUS: With Mr. Cunningham to agree on distribution of the

4 time. I take it that Witness BT103 will be here for two days.

5 MR. NICHOLLS: That is the plan, Your Honour, yes.

6 JUDGE AGIUS: Between now and tomorrow we'll read the transcript

7 of the interview, which we haven't had an opportunity to go through

8 because it was only given to us this morning. And then more or less we

9 should also be in a position to help you if you have a problem on the

10 distribution of the time.

11 Is there anything else you would like to raise before we adjourn?

12 Is Mr. Ackerman all right?

13 MS. BARUCH: I'm hoping so, Your Honour.

14 JUDGE AGIUS: All right. No. I'm just asking as a matter of

15 courtesy, and please convey to Mr. Ackerman our best wishes.

16 So we'll resume tomorrow morning, 9.00, in this same courtroom,

17 unfortunately. Thank you.

18 --- Whereupon the hearing adjourned at 11.32

19 a.m., to be reconvened on Wednesday, the 23rd

20 day of July, 2003 at 9.00 a.m.

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