10 February 2012 Last updated at 08:04 ETPrime Minister Djindjic was shot dead by a sniper in Belgrade in 2003
A man suspected of involvement in the 2003 killing of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic has been arrested in Spain, local police have announced.
They say Luka Bojovic was detained in a restaurant in the city of Valencia on Thursday.
Mr Bojovic is suspected of being a member of the western Balkans' notorious Zemun clan.
Police say he is also wanted over 20 murders in Serbia, the Netherlands and Spain.
Another man, Sretko Kalinic, is currently serving a 30-year-term for plotting Djindjic's assassination.
The reformist prime minister was killed by a sniper as he was about to enter the government building in the Serbian capital, Belgrade.
A special court in the Serbian capital found a total of 12 men guilty of Djindjic's assassination in 2007.
The prosecution portrayed the accused as part of a conspiracy whose purpose, by killing Djindjic, was to halt his pro-Western reforms - most importantly co-operation with the International War Crimes Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague.
Article Source : BBC News
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