“The Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina (ACBH) is pleased to announce that Congresswoman Grace Meng has joined the Congressional Caucus on Bosnia (Bosnia Caucus). Congresswoman Meng is the U.S. Representative for New York’s 6th congressional district, serving since 2013. Congresswoman Meng attended the University of Michigan and then earned a law degree from Yeshiva University’s Benjamin Cardozo School of Law. She is the first Asian American Member of Congress from New York State, and the only Congressmember of Asian descent in the entire Northeast. She is also the first female Member of Congress from Queens since former Vice Presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro.” (ACBH)

“ACBH President Ajla Delkic and Vice Chairman Nedim Music met today with Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Prime Minister, Dr. Denis Zvizdic in Sarajevo and discussed BiH’s Euro-Atlantic integration, economic development and the need for venture capital investment in BiH. Thank you to Prime Minister Dr. Zvizdic and his staff for a warm welcome and we look forward to future collaborations!” (Facebook)

“The Council of Ministers of BiH will continue working on the implementation of four main priorities in the following year, including European integrations, economic development, strengthening of the rule of law and international cooperation, according to Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic. He assessed that the Council of Ministers of BiH remained the generator of all positive processes in the last 30 months, a level of executive power that demonstrated very demanding but necessary level of good cooperation, compactness and persistence in the process of solving the most important problems but also realization the most important tasks.”(Sarajevo Times)