A delegation of the Croatian Ministry of the Interior came to Belgrade to investigate the disappearance of Matej Periš
A high delegation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Croatia arrived in Belgrade today in order to be informed about the work of the Serbian police and the further course of the investigation into the disappearance of Croatian citizen Matej Periš, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Serbia announced.The members of the delegation of the Croatian Ministry were received by the Minister of Internal Affairs of Serbia, Aleksandar Vulin, and the Chief of the Police Administration for the City of Belgrade, Veselin Milić, who is also the Assistant Director of Police, it is stated in the announcement.

The father of the missing young man, Nenad Periš, also attended the meeting.

Matej Periš, a 27-year-old from Split, disappeared early on December 31, while he was with friends from Croatia at a club in Belgrade’s Beton Hall. His father came to Belgrade on January 2.

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said earlier today that representatives of the Croatian police were on their way to Belgrade to help in the search for the missing Split man.

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