The Green Climate Fund, which was set up in 2010 according United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) by 194 countries, has provided $17.3 million for Bosnia and Herzegovina to invest in renewable and green energy. The donation will help shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy create jobs, and reduce pollution, hopefully quelling the stagnating energy efficiency industry in Bosnia. Bosnia spends 20% of its GDP on energy according to the most recent data from the USAID Energy Investment Activity. (Sarajevo Times)
With Croatian education minister prof. Fuchs and rector prof. Ljutic @draganprimorac2 @StevenRuksj @Balkan_insider
Today, the United States Special Operations Command Europe Commander, Maj. Gen. David H. Tabor participated in a ceremony commemorating the 76th anniversary of Operation Halyard, which was an allied airlift operation in WWII.2
As the Allied Airmen and their brave Serb rescuers from the WW2 #Halyard76 mission remind us, we are capable of anything if work together. Thank you @US_SOCEUR Gen. Tabor and @predsednikrs for helping us to honor our brave 🇺🇸🇷🇸 ancestors. #respect
On October 2, @SecPompeo will travel to #Croatia to meet with PM @AndrejPlenkovic, Foreign Minister @grlicradman, and @MORH_OSRH Minister Banožić.
Press Statement🔽 https://www.state.gov/secretary-pompeos-travel-to-greece-italy-the-holy-see-and-croatia/