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BiH’s Presidency decides to open Consulate in Croatia and Serbia

June 20, 2019 12:00 PM
BiH’s Presidency decides to open Consulate in Croatia and Serbia

The BiH Presidency adopted a Decision to initiate the procedure for the opening of the General Consulate of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Serbia, with its Chief Consul, headquartered in Novi Pazar and with a consular area covering the territory of the municipalities of Novi Pazar, Sjenica, Tutin, Prijepolje, Nova Varoš […]

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Chief Prosecutor of the UN International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in Visit to Sarajevo

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Chief Prosecutor of the UN International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in Visit to Sarajevo

Chief Prosecutor of the UN International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals Serge Brammertz and Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina Gordana Tadic met today in Sarajevo in preparation for Prosecutor Brammertz’s upcoming report to the UN Security Council and to discuss issues of mutual concern. Chief […]

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High Representative in Brussels: many of Problems persist in BiH

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High Representative in Brussels: many of Problems persist in BiH

The High Representative Valentin Inzko is attending the “5th Enlargement Day” conference of the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) in Brussels. In his speech, the High Representative outlined that, despite significant political and financial investments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, many of the problems in the country persist. There are […]

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Former Police Commissioner sentenced to One Year Pre-Trial Custody

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Former Police Commissioner sentenced to One Year Pre-Trial Custody

On 19 June 2019, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina issued a decision in the Ramo Brkić case, ordering the accused Ramo Brkić into pre-trial custody, which, under the decision, may last for a maximum of 1 (one) year, running from the day of arrest or pending a new decision of the Court, on […]

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Several Hundred Bosnians protested against a great Number of Migrants

June 19, 2019 5:00 PM
Several Hundred Bosnians protested against a great Number of Migrants

Hundreds of Bosnians took to the streets Sunday to protest against potential security and health risks posed by migrants sleeping rough in the western town of Bihac. While Bosnia was mostly spared from the migrant crisis of 2015, locals are not happy that they must care for migrants now. Several […]

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US Embassy: Accountable and Independent Institutions need to investigate Corruption

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US Embassy: Accountable and Independent Institutions need to investigate Corruption

“Accountable and independent institutions need to investigate corruption and misuse of position, not those working to uncover the wrongdoings themselves. A free press and investigative journalism play an important role in defending public interest in a democracy,” the United States embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina stated on Wednesday. This was […]

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Energy Efficiency is not an Expense but an Investment

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Energy Efficiency is not an Expense but an Investment

“Energy efficiency is not an expense but an investment” is the slogan of the final forum of the EU-funded project Smart Schools. The cross-border cooperation project gathered on 12 June experts from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro to improve the energy efficiency of seven schools in Tuzla Canton and […]

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What will Tuzla Blok 7 and Banovici Coal Power Projects bring BiH?

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What will Tuzla Blok 7 and Banovici Coal Power Projects bring BiH?

Bosnia and Herzegovina (‘BiH’) is among the countries in Europe most affected by pollution from coal- fired power plants. Yet, it’s one of the few were new coal-fired units are still being planned, with the potential to affect air quality and public health for decades. This study assessed the impacts […]

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Former Police Commissioner from BiH, charged for Eleven Years, arrested in Slovenia

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Former Police Commissioner from BiH, charged for Eleven Years, arrested in Slovenia

Acting upon the orders issued by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, officers of the Judicial Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina have taken over the accused Ramo Brkić at the International Airport Sarajevo. Brkić was arrested by the Slovenian authorities on 28 May 2019. Ramo Brkić, former police commissionaire of […]

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OSCE Chairman Miroslav Lajcak in Official Visit to BiH

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OSCE Chairman Miroslav Lajcak in Official Visit to BiH

OSCE Chairman and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Affairs of Slovakia Miroslav Lajcak begins a two-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina today. During his visit, Lajcak will meet with members of the Presidency of BiH, the chairman and first deputy chairman of the House of Peoples of the Parliament […]

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