The lawyer for the family of the late Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic says he will be buried in Belgrade.
The lawyer says Milosevic's body will be flown from an airport morgue in The Netherlands to the Serbian capital Wednesday).
He did not say exactly where or when Milosevic will be buried. Serbian President Boris Tadic has already ruled out a state funeral.
Earlier Tuesday, Milosevic's son, Marko, accused Serbian officials of trying to block a Belgrade funeral and said his father might be buried in Moscow. It is still unclear if Milosevic's widow, Mira Markovic, will go to Belgrade, where she is wanted on charges of abuse of power.
A Serbian court Tuesday suspended an arrest warrant for her. But Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostinica said authorities would seize her passport and insist she appear before a judge.
Milosevic was found dead Saturday in his jail cell in The Hague, where he was on trial for war crimes. A preliminary autopsy report says he died of a heart attack.
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