All News on Politics in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Greek UN official says humanity failed in Syria

He works in Amman, Jordan, but also in Ankara, Iraq and at the United Nations Office at Geneva. As the United Nations regional humanitarian coordinator for the Syria crisis since 2017, Panos Moumtzis' work has taken him around the world. "I rarely sleep in the same place for more than three days," he told Kathimerini during an interview.

Minister’s Sharp Tweets Make Waves in Bosnia

Dragan Mektic, Bosnian Security Minister. Photo courtesy of N1

While most Bosnian politicians remain shy of social media, those who are present on it naturally cause a lot of attention, as has has been the case with newly registered Twitter user Dragan Mektic, the Bosnian Security Minister.

Bosnia Court Jails Syria Fighter for Three Years

Munib Ahmetspahic. Photo: Bosnian state court

Bosnia's top court, the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has sentenced Munib Ahmetspahic to three years in prison for fighting unlawfully in Syria, which the court deemed an act of terrorism.

Mayor’s Life Offers Cautionary Tale of Bosnia’s Lost Hopes

At that time, state building reached its apogee and a thousand flowers were blooming with ideas about constitutional reform. It was not then nearly as politically radioactive a concept as it later became.

Slobodan Milosevic’s Widow Mirjana Markovic Dies

Mirjana Markovic in 2001. Photo: Koca Sulejmanovic/EPA.

Mirjana Markovic, the widow of the former president of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic, died in hospital in Moscow on Sunday, Serbian media reported.

Markovic is reported to have undergone surgery several times in Russia recently, after which her condition deteriorated. The cause of death was not immediately made public.

Vucic, Thaci expect nothing; meeting may have different goal

This motive could be, according to media reports, to exert pressure on Belgrade to agree to continue the dialogue with Pristina, without Pristina abolishing its taxes on Serbian products first.

Work on regional connectivity continues - PM

Brnabic said that her government has set digitization and education as their absolute priorities in order to take advantage of all the chances that are being offered to us today.

Serbia Marks NATO Bombing Anniversary as Nationalists Protest

An official state ceremony led by President Aleksandar Vucic was held in the southern Serbian city of Nis on Sunday evening, while at the same time nationalists protested in Belgrade on the anniversary of the start of the NATO military campaign on March 24.

Vucic told about 2,000 Serbians who attended the ceremony in Nis that the NATO bombing was a crime.

"Get rid of taxes, or Camp Bondsteel might be shut down"

John Erratt and Brad Berkley specified that this includes the possibility of shutting down US army base Bondsteel, located near Urosevac in Kosovo, Pristina-based Gazeta Blic reported late on Thursday.