“By gathering believers in one of the largest Muslim bases in Europe, seven miles away from Prusac, the “Days of Ajvatovica”, which marks the memory of Islamic scholars and dervishes Ajvaz-dedu, have been completed.

The unfavorable weather conditions influenced today that only about one thousand believers gathered in Prusac who attended the Ajvatovica meadow closing the event ‘Days of Ajvatovica,’ which has been celebrated for over 500 years in this area.

After passing through the Ajvaz-dede rock where she was studying, she addressed the reis-ul-ulema to BiH Hussein ef. Kavazović, who said for centuries that the spark of the Bosnian-Muslim spirit on which all the faithful manifest their affiliation to Islam and homeland Bosnia and Herzegovina.” (transalted from Klix)


“Croatian police arrested on Saturday Bosnian national Dane Lukajic, a member of the ‘Jadovno 1941’ association, while he was travelling to the commemoration of victims killed in the World War II Gospic-Jadovno-Pag death camp, run by the regime of the Independent State of Croatia (NDH), media reported.

The Croatian Ministry of Interior confirmed the information about the arrest, noting that Zagreb police arrested “a 67-year-old citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the suspicion that he committed a war crime against war prisoners.” Lukajic was arrested in Licko Petrovo Selo, after crossing Croatia’s border.

Serb member of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s tripartite Presidency Mladen Ivanic, who attended the commemoration in Saran Pit, briefly said that the arrest-related activities have already been launched. ‘As you know there is no phone line here, but we already launched some activities through other canals, to raise the embassy’s interest. We will do that, have full engagement and follow as much as we can,’ added Ivanic.” (N1)


“BiH private companies, farmers and entrepreneurs will see another financial boost with the new EU-funded project ‘EU4Business’ worth €16.1 million ($18.79 million).

Direct financial benefit for companies is €10 million ($11.67 million) , out of which €4.5 million ($5.25 million) for export-oriented sectors, €3 million ($3.5 million) for the agri-food sector, €1.5 million ($1.75 million) for tourism and €1 million ($1.16 million) for entrepreneurship.

Companies will have the possibility to apply for the support through public calls for proposals that will be published on the website of EU Delegation to BiH. BiH institutions will also receive technical assistance within the project to create support measures for private sector development.” (Sarajevo Times)