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Rome Statute   Serbia and Montenegro signed on 19 December 2000, and ratified on 6 September 2001, becoming the 38th State Party.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Serbia and Montenegro signed the APIC on 18 July 2003 and ratified on 7 May 2004.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement Serbia has not signed a BIA.
Implementing Legislation The Criminal Code of Serbian that entered into force in January 2006 incorporates the crimes under the Rome Statute. A working group is currently preparing a draft Law on International Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters, which will include cooperation with the ICC.
Membership Serbia is member of the Council of Europe, and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe and a Member of the Friends of the ICC.
Country Updates
Draft Legislation
Authorascending Date and Title
Serbia
Aug 2007
Criminal Code
Serbia and Montenegro
Sept 2004
Draft Criminal Code of Serbia and Montenegro
Serbia and Montenegro
Sept 2003
Draft Criminal Code of Serbia and Montenegro
Government and Inter-governmental Documents
Author Date and Title
Serbia
Dec 2011
Statement made during the 10th Assembly of States Parties- Serbia
Serbia
01 Nov 2007
Statement by Serbia during the 62nd General Assembly plenary meeting on Agenda Item 76: The ICC
Serbia & Montenegro
15 Oct 2002
Statement by H.E. Mr. Dejan Sahovic, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Permanent Representative of Yugoslavia to the United Nations, to the 6th Committee of the 57th session of the UN General Assembly, on Agenda Item 158: Establishment of the I
Serbia & Montenegro
10 July 2002
Statement by H.E. Ambassador Dejan Sahovic, Permanent Representative of Yugoslavia to the UN, at the UN Security Council open debate on the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (New York, USA)
Serbia & Montenegro
01 July 2002
Statement by H.E. Ambassador Dejan Sahovic, Permanent Representative of Yugoslavia to the UN, at the 10th Preparatory Commission for the ICC (New York, USA)