“Turkey’s Ambassador to Sarajevo Haldun Koç has recalled that in 2003, when the first Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey was signed, trade volume stood at $70 million. Now the two countries have reached a $700 million level of trade, in a striking display of progress Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey have mutually made. Koç evaluated the agenda and bilateral relations between the two countries, noting that relations between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina have always been special and very different in both historical and cultural terms.” (Daily Sabah)
To the victims and survivors of the #SrebrenicaGenocide - today and always, we stand with you and against those that deny you. #NeverForget
🚨🚨EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Protesting Elections During a Pandemic: A Conversation with H.E. @jeremic_vuk. Join us on Monday, July 13 to discuss the ongoing protests in #Serbia after parliamentary elections. 🚨🚨
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#Bosnia's Dzaferovic calls intl community to impose law against #genocide denial http://ba.n1info.com/English/NEWS/a447293/Bosnia-s-Dzaferovic-calls-intl-community-to-impose-law-against-genocide-denial.html #Srebrenica
25 years ago, the @UN and the international community failed the people of Srebrenica.
Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina is still fragile. We cannot let up in working towards genuine reconciliation.
We owe it to the victims and survivors of this genocide and to all humanity.
We would like to remember the over 8,000 Bosniaks that were massacred at the Srebrenica genocide.
Today we mark a solemn occasion: the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide. @SecPompeo @StateDept