MOSCOW, March 13 (RIA Novosti)-A group of Russian doctors will fly to The Hague Tuesday to see the results of the autopsy conducted on Slobodan Milosevic, an official said Monday.
The Health Ministry representative said the group would be from the Bakulev Institute, Russia's leading cardiology center, and would comprise prominent academic Leo Bokeriya, two experts, and Russia's chief pathologist Oleko Mishnev.
Milosevic, who was on trial for war crimes at the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, was found dead in his cell in The Hague Tribunal's prison March 11. Preliminary reports suggest he died of a heart attack.
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