Imad al-Husin, better known as Abu Hamza, who has been detained without trial at the Lukavica immigration centre of under suspicion of representing a threat to Bosnian national security, will be soon released, his lawyer said on Thursday.
"Abu Hamza could be released in February," Nedim Kulenovic, the lawyer from the NGO Vasa Prava, which is representing al-Husin, told BIRN.
Experts, professors, intellectuals and politicians met in the Bosnian parliament on Tuesday to debate what the country should do over the issue of Sutorina - a coastal area in southern Montenegro that some Bosnians say should belong to Bosnia.
Bosnian parliament adopts statement on EU
SARAJEVO -- Both houses of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia-Herzegovina have adopted a statement on reforms and the country's EU orientation.
This statement is in accordance with the requirements of the British-German initiative on Bosnia's progress towards the European Union.
The President of the the Bosnian parliament's commission for foreign trade and customs, Semsudin Mehmedovic, told Balkan Insight that Bosnia is in the final phase of preparing to join the World Trade Organization, WTO, which will bring benefits in international trade.