“Chairman of the Council of Ministers Dr. Denis Zvizdic sent a letter of to Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoyju about the declaration of independence of Catalonia. ‘Dear Prime Minister, in view of the good and friendly relations between our countries, and based on mutual respect and understanding, I fully support your activities in order to preserve the constitutional order, sovereignty and territorial integrity of your country of Spain,’ Zvizdic wrote.” (translated from Klix.ba)
“The Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov was in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday where he was greeted by Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Denis Zvizdic. After a welcoming ceremony full with military honors and the anthems of both countries, Borisov and Zvizdic held a meeting to discuss improving economic and regional cooperation, and the Euro-Atlantic integration of BiH. Furthermore, they planned to amend an agreement the two countries have regarding international road transport of passengers and goods that will be signed by BiH Minister of Transpot and Communications Ismir Jusko and Minister of Transport, Information Technologies and Communications of the Bulgaria Ivaylo Moskovski. (translated from Klix.ba)
 “Milorad Dodik met with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic this weekend in Belgrade to discuss a Declaration with regards to the preservation of the Serbian identity, the building of a new bridge connecting Serbia with the Serb entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but offered few insightful remarks on Catalonia’s declaration of independence. He went on to say that, “‘We are one nation. We are not Bosnian Serbs, we are just Serbs, whether they like it or not.'” (translated from N1)
“BiH Presidency Chairman Dragan Covic will pay an official visit to New Zealand from 29 to 31 October, with a working visit to Australia from 31 October to 8 November. Covic will visit Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne as a part of his itinerary of the working visit. In addition to official meetings during the visit to New Zealand and Australia, Covic will hold a series of meetings with representatives of the BiH diaspora, as well as with representatives of economic and social life of the two countries, the BiH Presidency has announced.” (translated from Klix.ba)