Archive for December, 2018

Take a Look at amazing Video of Old Town Srebrenik taken from Air!

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Take a Look at amazing Video of Old Town Srebrenik taken from Air!

The old town of Srebrenik is more and more interesting to visitors, both local and foreign, tourists that are passing through our country. They are coming to see the stone town built on a rock that offers magical view on the valley. The exact date of construction is unknown, and […]

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Hydropower Plant ‘Dabar’ will cost 200 million Euros

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Hydropower Plant ‘Dabar’ will cost 200 million Euros

Hidroelektrana Dabar has selected a consortium led by AF-Consult Switzerland Ltd. in tendering to provide legal, financial, and technical advisory services in the process of awarding a turnkey/engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract for a 160 MW Dabar hydropower plant (HPP Dabar). The consultant will be paid BAM 1,897,155.10 (around […]

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Ambassador of China: Important Agreements have been signed between the Two Countries

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Ambassador of China: Important Agreements have been signed between the Two Countries

During the farewell visit of the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to BiH, Chen Bo, with the Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BiH, Mirko Šarović, it was pointed out that thanks to intensive joint work over the past three years, huge progress has been achieved […]

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What are the Conclusions of EU’s 3rd Subcommittee meeting on Justice, Freedom and Security?

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What are the Conclusions of EU’s 3rd Subcommittee meeting on Justice, Freedom and Security?

The 3rd Subcommittee meeting on Justice, Freedom and Security (JFS) under the European Union – Bosnia and Herzegovina Stabilisation and Association Agreement took place on 28 and 29 November 2018 in Banja Luka. The meeting was co-chaired for the EU by Ms. Michela Matuella, Head of Unit at the Directorate […]

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Diplomatic Winter Bazaar, which gathered over 40 Embassies, officially ended

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Diplomatic Winter Bazaar, which gathered over 40 Embassies, officially ended

The largest annual fund-raising diplomatic event, the Diplomatic Winter Bazaar, gathered over 40 embassies and 70 exhibitors with the purpose of raising money for charitable projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This year’s proceedings will be given to three types of disadvantaged children: children with special needs, orphaned children, and vulnerable […]

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Analysis: How will Kosovo’s newly Imposed Tariffs influence CEFTA Agreement?

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Analysis: How will Kosovo’s newly Imposed Tariffs influence CEFTA Agreement?

Kosovo Government passed a decision on introducing 100 percent customs duties for products imported from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. The tariffs were adopted at the proposal of Trade Minister Endrit Shala with an aim to strengthen the domestic production, statehood and economy of Kosovo, the decision stated. Bosnia and […]

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Does BiH have Infrastructure for protecting its Workers exposed to Radiation?

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Does BiH have Infrastructure for protecting its Workers exposed to Radiation?

Bosnia and Herzegovina has a well-built infrastructure for protecting its approximately 3,000 workers who are exposed to radiation as part of their jobs, according to the conclusions of a recent Occupational Radiation Protection Appraisal Service (ORPAS), the second to be hosted by a European country. The 7-16 October mission found […]

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Toni Sunjic delighted BH Residents with his Donation for Local Football Competition

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Toni Sunjic delighted BH Residents with his Donation for Local Football Competition

A representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s football team Toni Sunjic delighted residents of Capljina and indeed the whole country with his generous gesture. The footballer is actively involved in humanitarian actions and recently donated funds for “Dzematska Liga”, a football competition organized by the local Muslim community. The organisers of […]

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Croatian gov’t increases Minimum Wage

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Croatian gov’t increases Minimum Wage

Croatian government announced on Friday to raise a minimum monthly net wage in the country from 2,751 kuna (about 420 U.S. dollars) to 3,000 kuna (about 460 U.S. dollars). The decision of the biggest increase of the minimum wage since 2008 will come into effect on Jan. 1, 2019. Prime […]

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Ammunition Destruction to take Place on Saturday in Banja Luka

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Ammunition Destruction to take Place on Saturday in Banja Luka

On Saturday,  December 1st at 10:00 am,  over 1,100 guns will be destroyed in the smelter in Banja Luka removing these weapons from the streets forever. Law enforcement agencies working with the South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC) have collected […]

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