Related Rule
Serbia
Practice Related to Rule 95. Forced Labour
Serbia’s Criminal Code (2005) states that, in time of war, armed conflict or occupation, ordering or compelling members of the civilian population “into the service of a hostile power or its intelligence or administration services … [or into] forced labour”, in violation of international law, constitutes a war crime. 
Serbia, Criminal Code, 2005, Article 372(1).
The Criminal Code also states: “Whoever … hides or holds another person with intent to exploit such person … [through] forced labour … shall be punished by imprisonment of [from] two to twelve years.” 
Serbia, Criminal Code, 2005, Article 388.
Serbia’s Criminal Code (2005) states that ordering or compelling “prisoners of war to service in the forces of a hostile power” constitutes a war crime. 
Serbia, Criminal Code, 2005, Article 374(1).
The Criminal Code also states: “Whoever … hides or holds another person with intent to exploit such person … [through] service in armed conflicts, shall be punished by imprisonment of [from] two to twelve years.” 
Serbia, Criminal Code, 2005, Article 388.