A Serb police general wanted on war crimes charges for allegedly ordering the killings of Kosovo
Albanians has been arrested in Montenegro. A Serb official said Vlastimir Djordjevic was seized in an operation involving both countries and has already been transferred to the War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague.
Djordjevic was indicted over his alleged role in a brutal crackdown on ethnic Albanian separatists in
He is the second Serb fugitive to be arrested in three weeks.
The arrest of former general Zdravko Tolimir at the end of May persuaded the EU to unfreeze talks on closer ties between the bloc and Serbia. But Brussels stressed it wanted more arrests before signing a deal.