Post Tagged with: "#former"

Families of over 10,000 Missing Persons are still searching for their loved ones

October 1, 2020 9:45 AM
Families of over 10,000 Missing Persons are still searching for their loved ones

  The conflicts in the former Yugoslavia led to the disappearance of over 35000 people. While approximately 25000 cases have been resolved, the families of over 10,000 missing persons are still searching for their loved ones, more than two decades after the conflicts. The search for the remaining missing is […]

Read more ›

Former Security Minister Dragan Mektic’s Foam Party in Ukrina River angered Authorities

July 13, 2020 3:15 PM
Former Security Minister Dragan Mektic’s Foam Party in Ukrina River angered Authorities

Foam party organized by the former Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Mektic on the river Ukrina infuriated the authorities in the Republika Srpska entity, and an investigation into this case was ordered. Namely, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of the Republika Srpska strongly condemned […]

Read more ›

Fly Dubai to restart Operations to Sarajevo on July 9

June 24, 2020 4:15 PM
Fly Dubai to restart Operations to Sarajevo on July 9

        Flydubai is gearing up for the resumption of commercial operations in the coming days. The airline will temporarily suspend its flights between its hub in Dubai and Skopje for the remainder of the summer season, with services due to be restored at the start of the […]

Read more ›

Former Nobel Laureate Christina Doctare is a Member of Institute for Research of Genocide Canada

June 17, 2020 4:00 PM
Former Nobel Laureate Christina Doctare is a Member of Institute for Research of Genocide Canada

  The former Nobel laureate Christina Doctare just became a member of the IGK International Expert Team. The brave and moral authority of Sweden and the whole world, the former Nobel laureate Christina Doctare, the one who returned the Nobel Peace Prize due to the same prize being awarded to […]

Read more ›

Why there is no Information on List of Former Veterans who received 600,000 BAM Assistance?

June 15, 2020 11:00 AM
Why there is no Information on List of Former Veterans who received 600,000 BAM Assistance?

  The Foundation for Assistance in Resolving Housing Issues of Veterans’ Populations could not provide Avaz news portal with a list of beneficiaries who received funds last year and the year before last. They say, according to the procedures, they must get the consent of the Board of Directors, Avaz […]

Read more ›

Trial to former Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina begins on Thursday

June 4, 2020 12:30 PM
Trial to former Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina begins on Thursday

  The trial of Dragan Mektic, former Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, begins today in the Court of BiH. The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH charges him with abuse of office or authority, and the process begins with the reading of the indictment and the introductory words of the Prosecutor’s […]

Read more ›

‘Close and friendly Cooperation’ between EUFOR and Bosnian Ministry of Security

June 3, 2020 8:00 AM
‘Close and friendly Cooperation’ between EUFOR and Bosnian Ministry of Security

  On 2 June 2020, COMEUFOR, Major General Reinhard Trischak, wrote to thank the former BiH Minister of Security, Fahrudin Radončić, for his “close and friendly cooperation” during his period of service. In his letter, Major General Trischak reflected on the main issues that have been faced the Ministry of […]

Read more ›

Josipovic: Bleiburg Commemoration Serves Purpose of Rehabilitating Ustasha Regime

May 19, 2020 7:30 PM
Josipovic: Bleiburg Commemoration Serves Purpose of Rehabilitating Ustasha Regime

  Former Croatian President Ivo Josipovic on Sunday most strongly condemned the Croatian parliament’s sponsorship of the Bleiburg commemoration, saying that it was not an act of commemorating the victims but a problematic political event and “a case of shameful manipulation.” “The Bleiburg commemoration, held under Croatia’s auspices, is anything but […]

Read more ›

Question Mark hangs over Municipal Elections scheduled for October

May 9, 2020 12:15 PM
Question Mark hangs over Municipal Elections scheduled for October

    Valentin Inzko said that, 25 years after the Dayton peace accords which ended the brutal conflict across former Yugoslavia, the international community must not lose sight of what is at stake and to work together to preserve the time and investment it has put into the former Yugoslav […]

Read more ›

Former Bayern Defender and his Wife donated Money to Hospital in Bosnia and Herzegovina

April 22, 2020 3:15 PM
Former Bayern Defender and his Wife donated Money to Hospital in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  Former captain of the Croatian national football team and former Bayern defender Robert Kovac with his wife Anica donated 20,000 euros for a hospital in Livno, Radio Sarajevo reports. This news was published by one of the initiators of the action to help the hospital in Livno, Mario Sandrk, […]

Read more ›
Modalert 200mg : Buy modalert 200