Former Croatian Serb leader Milan Martic and former JNA officer Mile Mrksic have surrendered to the ICTY and have been taken to custody at the Scheveningen prison. It is still not clear when they are to enter their pleas. Martic has been indicted for the rocketing of Zagreb in 1995, while Mrksic has been indicted for war crimes committed in Vukovar in 1991.Prior to leaving Belgrade, Mrksic did not speak to the press, while Martic said he was innocent and would be back soon if the ICTY is a just court. The ICTY spokesperson Florence Hartmann has stated that the ICTY prosecution was very pleased with the arrival of the two indictees, but is also expecting of Belgrade to send all of the ICTY indictees to The Hague, including Veselin Sljivancanin and Miroslav Radic. Belgrade authorities have unsuccessfully attempted to capture some 17 people over the past week that were all indicted by the ICTY. All of the indictees could not be found at the addresses the police were supplied with. Commenting on the surrender of Mile Mrksic and Milan Martic to the ICTY, the Deputy Prime Minister Goran Granic said that he was pleased with the decisiveness of the ICTY to bring to justice all criminals and added that he hoped Martic and Mrksic would not be the only ones tried for war crimes committed in Croatia. Martic’s indictment is expected to be extended to crimes perpetrated by the so-called Knin police against Croatian civilians.