“Chinese companies are slowly taking over when it comes to the construction of the largest power potentials on the territory of BiH. Instead of the existing ones – in TPP Tuzla should work only one block – Block 7. The value of this project amounts to 722 million EUR ($838.485 million). Negotiations are completed. The creditor is Chinese Exim bank. Repayment period is 20 years. The approval of the Parliament of the FBiH is pending. Block 7 should be constructed by Chinese company Gezhouba. BiH should be happy that one of the world’s leading economic forces expressed interest in, among others, this project as well, stated Zlatko Lagumdzija.” (Sarajevo Times)

“BiH Presidency Chairman Dragan Covic attended the Mass in St. Leopold Mandic in Melbourne (Australia). After the Mass, took the opportunity and got acquainted with the work of the Croatian Catholic Center and the Australian-Bosnian Forum. Rev.. Joseph Vranjes, head of the center, said in an interview that he and Covic discussed all the happens of Croatian emigrants in this part of Australia, and how they actively maintain links with their homeland through various projects. He said that Croatian Catholic Center “Sv. Leopold Bogdan Mandic” Sunshine / Melbourne traditionally organizes humanitarian actions to help poor students in Bosnia and Herzegovina for taking care foundation ‘for wisdom and nobility – pro sapientia et clementia.'” (translated from klix.ba)

“Minister of Civil Affairs of bosnia and Herzegovina Adil Osmanovic participated at the 29th General Assembly of UNESCO in Paris, expressing support for the UNESCO Program for the next period, and stressed the commitment of BiH to actively cooperate with UNESCO to achieve the objectives for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” (translated from klix.ba)

“The President of (BiH entity) Republika Srpska (RS) Milorad Dodik said that RS would enter the process of adopting a new constitution for RS. Dodik said that the new constitution of RS would be in line with the latest developments and practices of complex countries. ‘The constitution has no intention of being a kind of secession with the very act of making this constitution, but it will certainly allow you to get and address these problems in Republika Srpska.’ said Dodik.” (translated from Vijesti.ba)