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Austria to lift the Ban on Commercial Flights from Bosnia and Herzegovina

August 1, 2020 12:45 PM
Austria to lift the Ban on Commercial Flights from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Austria will lift the ban on commercial flights from most Balkan countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, as of August 1st. From tomorrow, regular flights to Austria will be allowed from Serbia, Northern Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo. Also, as of tomorrow, Austrian Airlines will introduce flights between Sarajevo and Vienna, twice […]

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Bosnian Court terminates Custody for Hamza Labidi for Joining Foreign Paramilitary

July 30, 2020 8:15 AM
Bosnian Court terminates Custody for Hamza Labidi for Joining Foreign Paramilitary

  The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina issued, on 24 July 2020, in the case of Hamza Labidi, a decision granting a motion filed by counsel for the accused Hamza Labidi to terminate custody ordered under the Decision of the Court of BiH of 17 March 2020, and extended under […]

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Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina will still not be able to join the EU, will remain so until September

July 29, 2020 5:00 PM
Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina will still not be able to join the EU, will remain so until September

The European Union is revising today the list of countries whose citizens are free to enter the member states of the union and a draft of a new list is known, which again does not include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Klix.ba news portal reports. The new list consists of only 11 countries, […]

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European Council gradually lifts Travel Restrictions, Bosnia and Herzegovina not on the List

July 17, 2020 8:45 AM
European Council gradually lifts Travel Restrictions, Bosnia and Herzegovina not on the List

  European Council updates the list of countries for which member states should gradually lift travel restrictions at the external borders Following the first review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries for […]

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Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina bans Construction of small Hydropower Plants

July 1, 2020 3:00 PM
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina bans Construction of small Hydropower Plants

      The Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has three months to produce bills and ban small hydropower plants after the entity’s legislators voted in favor of the recommendations from the Declaration on the Protection of the Western Balkans Rivers. The House of Representatives of the […]

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Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina allowed to enter Croatia, but not other EU Member Countries

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Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina allowed to enter Croatia, but not other EU Member Countries

The Council of the European Union has decided on Tuesday on the countries whose citizens will be able to travel to member states of the European Union from July 1, and Bosnia and Herzegovina is not on that list. The list includes Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New […]

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Jewish “Simon Wiesenthal” Centre urged Bosnian Authorities to ban the Mass

May 15, 2020 12:45 PM
Jewish “Simon Wiesenthal” Centre urged Bosnian Authorities to ban the Mass

    The “Simon Wiesenthal” center urged the Bosnian authorities on Friday to ban the mass that should be held in Sarajevo on Saturday in memory of those killed in Bleiburg, Avaz news portal reports. Most of the people for whom the mass is being held were associates of the […]

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Children and Elderly in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina allowed to be Outside Three Days a Week

April 24, 2020 3:00 PM
Children and Elderly in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina allowed to be Outside Three Days a Week

  The Federal Civil Protection Headquarters issued an order on Friday allowing persons under-18 years of age and over-65 to go out, Klix.ba news portal reports. As decided, it was accepted that people over 65 can go out three days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) from 9am to 1pm. […]

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Constitutional Court: Ban on the Movement of Persons under the Age of 18 and over 65 is Violation of Human Rights

April 22, 2020 5:30 PM
Constitutional Court: Ban on the Movement of Persons under the Age of 18 and over 65 is Violation of Human Rights

  The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has ruled that the orders of the FBiH Civil Protection Crisis Staff ordering a ban on the movement of persons under the age of 18 and over 65 in the Federation of BiH violated the right to freedom of movement under the […]

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Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina proposed Ban to former Bosnian Security Minister

February 8, 2020 12:00 PM
Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina proposed Ban to former Bosnian Security Minister

  The Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina proposed measures of ban to former Bosnian Minister of Security in the Council of Ministers, Dragan Mektic, who is charged with abuse of office and authority. It was suggested for Mektic to be prohibited from meeting witnesses, ie by telephone or communication with witnesses through […]

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