Nogo Sreto

Was born in 1952 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

In 2004 he received his Ph.D. from the Faculty of Law in Skopje, his mentor was Academician, Professor Dr. Vlada Kamboski.

Dr. Sreto Nogo is the Secretary General of the International Association of Criminal Law of Serbia.

For many years he worked in the Federal Ministry of Justice and as a high-ranking official in the Serbian government. He was a member of the working groups on the development of the Criminal Code of the FRY, the Law on Criminal Procedure of the FRY, the Law on Criminal Procedure of the Republic of Serbia; Secretary and member of the Federal Government Working Group on Reciprocal Accusations in a dispute initiated by the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the International Court of Justice in The Hague; Member of the Federal Government Working Group on Succession of the Former Yugoslavia (demarcation subgroups with Macedonia).

Scientific works:

has published over 100 scientific papers in the field of criminal law and international criminal law, including: «Cooperation with international criminal courts», «Intermex», Belgrade, 2005. «Cooperation with international criminal courts — theory and practice», «Yugoreklam», Skopje , 2006. Judicial Law, Megatrend University, Belgrade, 2010. «Concept, Sources and Principles of International Criminal Law», «Branic», 1. Belgrade, 2006. «Hypocrisy of International Criminal Law», «Intermex», Belgrade, 2006. » Globalism and Organized Crime ”,“ Intermex ”, Belgrade, 2007.“ Extradition — Practice of the Special Tribunal and the International Criminal Court ”,“ Pravni Zivot ”, No. 9, second volume, Belgrade, 2008“ Criminal Law Issues of Corruption ”, Intermex, Belgrade, 2009. Crime of Human Trafficking, Pravna rijec, vol. 19, Banja Luka, 2009. “Fighting crime and European integration”, Criminal Police Academy and “Hans Seidel Foundation”, Belgrade, 2010. “How criminal law will develop in the future”, “Criminal law: origins, realities of the transition period … towards sustainable development «, Moscow, 2011.

For many years he was a member of the presidential council of the Association for Criminal Law and Criminology of Yugoslavia and a member of the editorial board of the Yugoslav Review of Criminology and Criminology. criminal justice «.

He is currently a member of the editorial board of the Macedonian Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.


Contact information

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