Reuters reports Bosnia's state prosecutor and U.S. officials on Wednesday discussed the issue of Bosnian migrants facing deportation from the United States over their alleged involvement in war crimes during the Balkan country's 1992-95 war. The New York Times in February reported that U.S. officials had identified about 300 Bosnians who they believe concealed their role in the Balkan atrocities, including the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, and are trying to deport at least 150 of them. The report said the number of suspects could eventually reach more than 600 as more records from Bosnia become available. Many of them were former soldiers, and some are now U.S. citizens. "The meeting with U.S. justice ministry officials focused on cooperation and exchange of information between the Bosnian prosecution and U.S. authorities related to war crimes suspects currently residing in the U.S.," the office of the chief prosecutor said in a statement.