Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia Marks 24 Year Anniversary of Sarajevo Market Shelling

Bosnia Marks 24 Year Anniversary of Sarajevo Market Shelling

“Bosnians gathered on Monday to commemorate the 24th anniversary of the 1994 Markale massacre, which took the lives of 68 people and injured nearly 150. The Markale marketplace shelling was one of the biggest massacres committed during the siege of Sarajevo between April 1992 and December 1995. During […]

Bosnian Intelligence Agency Visits FBI in Washington

Bosnian Intelligence Agency Visits FBI in Washington

“A delegation of the Intelligence and Security Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, led by the director Osman Mehmedagic, has paid a three-day official visit to the United States of America. The visit was organized at the invitation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and  the OSA BiH […]

W. Balkans Awaits EU Enlargement Plan

“The EU will launch its enlargement plan today (Tuesday) meant to kickstart long-stalled membership negotiations with the five former Yugoslavian republics plus Albania. The aspirational strategy seeks to integrate Serbia and Montenegro into the EU by 2025 and to have Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo to […]

Dodik and Covic Discuss Election LawPhoto: Nezavisne

Dodik and Covic Discuss Election Law

“Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik and BiH Presidency Chairman Dragan Čović met today at an informal lunch in Banja Luka, informs Nezavisne Novine. The newspaper says that politicians talked about the current political situation in the country. Dodik, who is the president of the SNSD, and Covic, the […]

Can Embassies Improve Albanian-Bosnian Relations?Photo: Youtube

Can Embassies Improve Albanian-Bosnian Relations?

“‘BiH and the Republic of Albania have no open political issues. However, only honorary consulates are located both in Sarajevo and Tirana, but there is no embassy, which complicates our friendly relations,” said the Honorary Consul General of Albania to BiH, Muharrem Zejnullahu. The consulates are limited to economic, […]

Economic Reform Program for BiH AdoptedPhoto: Only Croatia

Economic Reform Program for BiH Adopted

“The Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) adopted the 2018 – 2020 Economic Reform Program (ERP) for BiH, which includes a medium-term macroeconomic and fiscal framework, including fiscal measures, and a comprehensive structural reform program with aim of improving the country’s growth and competitiveness. The new […]

USAID Begins 7 Year Program for Freedom of Media Across Balkans

USAID Begins 7 Year Program for Freedom of Media Across Balkans

“The US Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a program to assist the media in the Balkans in their struggle for independence and survival in the time of digitization, as well as the political and economic pressures brought by modern democracy. The project ‘Balkan Media Assistance Program’ will […]