Four International Airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be closed Tomorrow


Prime Minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Fadil Novalic announced on Tuesday that the crisis staff decided to temporarily close four international airports: Banja Luka, Sarajevo, Tuzla and Mostar.

At the proposal of the Federal Civil Protection Service Crisis Staff, Bosnian Council of Ministers decided to close the aforementioned airports, but not for cargo transport.

Novalic stressed that agencies will also provide financial assistance to all students who remained abroad and advised them to contact the Federal Ministry of Education.

Novalic supported and praised the cantons that are now engaged in this situation.

“Sarajevo Canton has allocated eight million BAM for medical purposes and they have announced cutting wages and I want to congratulate them,” said Novalic.

He also praised the Government of Tuzla Canton, which set a sum of 900,000 BAM for the same purposes.

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