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IMF loan tranche to BiH in doubt?

By   /  21/02/2017  /  Uncategorized  /  Comments Off on IMF loan tranche to BiH in doubt?

  In the shadow of the political disputes in BiH the information about possible canceling of second tranche of International Monetary Fund loan was published. This information was confirmed by RS Minister of Finance, Zoran Tegeltija, who said to media that IMF still didn’t schedule the session to review the fulfillment of conditions set for […]

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Slow Serb reaction on lawsuit review

By   /  20/02/2017  /  BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Slow Serb reaction on lawsuit review

  Apart from a few meetings and threats with institutional blockade, Serb representatives in BiH still didn’t do anything to stop the demand for revision of the lawsuit of BiH against Serbia. The most serious attempt was made by BiH Foreign Minister, Igor Crnadak, who ordered BiH Ambassador in Hague Mirsada Colakovic to transfer his letter […]

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Bosniak politician reach decision on lawsuit against Serbia

By   /  17/02/2017  /  BA Politics, BA Social, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on Bosniak politician reach decision on lawsuit against Serbia

  Near one hundred Bosniak politicians, NGO leaders and religious officials gathered in Sarajevo City Hall to reach to a final decision on the submission of initiative for review of lawsuit against Serbia for genocide. Member of BiH Presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic, confirmed to media that it is the decision of all participants of the meeting. […]

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EU continues to support BiH ITA

By   /  16/02/2017  /  BA Politics, BA Social, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on EU continues to support BiH ITA

  “Improving capacity of the Indirect Taxation Authority (ITA) of Bosnia and Herzegovina” is the name of the EU-funded Twinning project in this country which have the aim to continue EU support to this institution. Head of Section for Justice and Home Affairs and Public Administration Reform at the EU Delegation to BiH, Chloe Berger, […]

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Different voices from European Parliament about BiH

By   /  15/02/2017  /  BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Different voices from European Parliament about BiH

  Members of European Parliament (MEP) concluded on Wednesday that Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) needs to overcome its ethnic and political divisions and remain united throughout the EU membership application evaluation process, but the resolution was neverthelss adopted after sharp discussion. During Tuesday’s session, when special rapporteur, Cristian Dan Preda, submitted his report about progress […]

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IBNA/Analysis: Tensions in BiH still high

By   /  14/02/2017  /  BA Politics, BA Social, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on IBNA/Analysis: Tensions in BiH still high

  As the young generation in the entire BiH is united in the celebration of love and Valentine’s Day, politicians are still keeping tensions between nations in the state on the high level. Review of the BiH lawsuit against Serbia for genocide continues to burden relations and threats to be a trigger of the deepest […]

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First bird flu case confirmed in BiH

By   /  13/02/2017  /  BA Social, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Social  /  Comments Off on First bird flu case confirmed in BiH

The Faculy of Veterinary Medicine in Sarajevo confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5 in a household with extensive keeping of domestic poultry in the village Tukovi, near the town of Prijedor. This is the first confirmed case in BiH, after the same influenza virus was confirmed in several countries in the region. […]

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BiH farmers sceptic about EU help

By   /  10/02/2017  /  BA Business, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Business, Headlines  /  Comments Off on BiH farmers sceptic about EU help

EU Special Representative in BiH, Lars Gunnar Wigemark, said on Friday in Banja Luka that purpose of forums, which EU holds in several BiH cities, is to hear from farmers what are their needs and to determine the kind of help which would be provided by EU countries. Wigemark said that the altered Stabilization and […]

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BiH takes a step closer to the edge

By   /  09/02/2017  /  BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on BiH takes a step closer to the edge

Actions of political leaders in BiH, in last several months, are not in function of reconciliation and good cooperation, which is necessary for the country to continue approaching to EU and NATO, and cause instability pushing the state closer to the edge of chaos. When everybody was convinced that the story on the referendum about […]

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FIPA makes opening to foreign investors

By   /  08/02/2017  /  BA Business, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Business, Headlines  /  Comments Off on FIPA makes opening to foreign investors

BiH Agency for Foreign Investment Promotion (FIPA) offers to foreign investors more than 400 investment projects and about 250 investment locations. What’s more, the agency has a contact base of 6,760 potential investors who are regularly informed about the projects and calls for investing in BiH, said on Wednesday in Sarajevo the FIPA Director, Gordan […]

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