World Bank warns on Recession in the Western Balkans

May 29, 2020 1:15 PM
World Bank warns on Recession in the Western Balkans

  The Western Balkans region is expected to enter a recession in 2020, with all six countries forecast to experience negative growth as they continue to grapple with the economic impacts of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. Regional growth in the Western Balkans is forecast to be between -3 and -5.6 […]

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US Secretary of State announced that Amir Zukic is undesirable in the US

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US Secretary of State announced that Amir Zukic is undesirable in the US

  US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Thursday evening on his Twitter profile that Amir Zukic, a former federal MP and SDA party secretary-general, is declared undesirable in the United States. As Pompeo stated, he did it because of “corrupt actions that are charged against him and undermining […]

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Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, to sign Military Cooperation worth 60 Million BAM

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Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, to sign Military Cooperation worth 60 Million BAM

  The Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina has determined the Proposal of the basis for initiating the procedure for conducting negotiations for the purpose of concluding the Agreement on Military-Financial Cooperation and the Implementation Protocol on Financial Assistance between BiH and Turkey. The value of funds planned by […]

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Fahrudin Solak arrested, involved in Respirators Affair

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Fahrudin Solak arrested, involved in Respirators Affair

The suspended director of the Federal Administration of Civil Protection, Fahrudin Solak, was arrested on Thursday late night after being questioned by the Agency for Investigation and Protection of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He will spend the night at this police agency. Solak was brought to the SIPA premises on Thursday […]

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Bosnia and Herzegovina issued Measure of Expulsion to One Citizen of Montenegro

May 28, 2020 4:30 PM
Bosnia and Herzegovina issued Measure of Expulsion to One Citizen of Montenegro

  Today, the Service for Foreigners Affairs issued a measure of expulsion with a ban on entry and stay on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina to a citizen of Montenegro, because it poses a threat to the national security of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Namely, the person is connected with […]

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SIPA Police confiscated Federal Prime Minister’s Phone in Case of Respirators’ Affair

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SIPA Police confiscated Federal Prime Minister’s Phone in Case of Respirators’ Affair

  Members of State Investigation and Protection Agency, acting on the order of the Prosecutor’s Office and the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, have temporarily confiscated the mobile phone of Federal Prime Minister Fadil Novalic three days ago, it was confirmed for “Avaz” from this police agency. This is an […]

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Survivors of Massacre in Prijedor do not have the Right to build Memorial

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Survivors of Massacre in Prijedor do not have the Right to build Memorial

  In rememberance of the persecution and murder of 3,176 citizens of Prijedor and the surrounding area, several organizations led by the representative of the parents of the murdered children of Prijedor, Fikret Bacic, will mark “White Ribbon Day” on May 31. Although several thousand family members and friends of […]

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OSCE warns on the Risk undermining the Constitutional Order and the functioning of Democracy

May 27, 2020 9:30 AM
OSCE warns on the Risk undermining the Constitutional Order and the functioning of Democracy

  The OSCE Mission to Bosnia Herzegovina (BiH) regrets the recent statements by Presidency member Milorad Dodik and the President of the HDZ BiH , Dr. Dragan Čović, for their disregard of democratic standards concerning the holding of elections. By conditioning the approval of resources necessary for holding the elections […]

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Hague Mechanism has postponed the Status Conference in Case of Ratko Mladic

May 26, 2020 3:15 PM
Hague Mechanism has postponed the Status Conference in Case of Ratko Mladic

    The Appellate Chamber of the Hague Mechanism has postponed the status conference in the case against war criminal Ratko Mladic until the moment when he will be able to come to the courtroom with his lawyer after easing the restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, according to Avaz […]

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Victoria University in Austalia apologises for “any hurt” caused for Removal of Genocide Content in Human Rights Lecture

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Victoria University in Austalia apologises for “any hurt” caused for Removal of Genocide Content in Human Rights Lecture

  Earlier this morning the Sarajevo Times received comment from Victoria University in Australia on their recent decision to remove a quote discussing the ethnic cleansing and genocide that took place in Bosnia, from the subject ASA1024 Applied Human Rights. A spokesperson for Victoria University expressed the following to the […]

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