Gov't to set up commission to probe death of guardsmen

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday told the parents of two Yugoslav Army guardsmen who died in an army barracks in Belgrade's Topcider district in 2004 the government would set up a fact-finding commission to probe the case.

The guardsmen, Dragan Jakovljevic and Drazen Milovanovic, were found dead after a shooting at the Karas secret military facility 12 years ago.

Extending condolences to their families, Vucic said the relevant state authorities would examine all facts related to the tragedy.

The meeting took place following this week's presentation of a 3D forensic analysis of the incident that suggests the two soldiers were killed by a third person.

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