A court in Kosovo on Thursday found Naser Kelmendi guilty of the "unauthorised possession with intent to distribute, sell and/or export/import dangerous narcotic drugs" and jailed him for six years.
The Basic Court in Pristina found Kelmendi not guilty of the murder of Ramiz Delacic, however, or of organised crime and other charges related to narcotics.
The chairman of the presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dragan Covic, announced on Wednesday that a planned working lunch in the town of Mostar with presidency members and the country's political party leaders has been cancelled.
The official reason given by Covic's office was the "inability of the participants to arrive".
Bosnian politician Fahrudin Radoncic appeared as a witness on Monday before the Municipal Court in Pristina, in the trial of Naser Kelmendi.
Kelmendi is a Kosovo Albanian accused of participation in organized crime, drug and weapons trafficking, and of possible involvement in the murder of Ramiz Delalic aka Celo, a Bosniak underworld figure killed in 2007.