All News on Politics in Bosnia and Herzegovina

US-Sanctioned Bosnians Demand Proof of Their Wrongdoing

Osman Mehmedagic, former director of Bosnia's Intelligence and Security Agency and now sanctioned by the US Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control, OFAC, reacted to the penalty by saying that the "accusations are unfounded and false".

US Sanctions Bosnia’s Former Intelligence Chief for ‘Corruption’

The US Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control, OFAC, extended the list of sanctioned individuals from Bosnia and Herzegovina on Wednesday, slapping sanctions on a former chief of the Intelligence Security Agency, Osman "Osmica" Mehmedagic and two others. 

Top Bosnian Croat Politician Accused of Supporting War Criminal

Three war victims' associations on Monday urged Bosnia and Herzegovina's top international official, High Representative Christian Schmidt, to intervene to remove Lidija Bradara as president of the Bosniak and Croat-dominated Federation entity over her links to a war criminal who she called a "friend", N1 TV reported.

Bosnian Serb Leader Blocks Regional Kosovo ID Travel Deal

The freedom of movement agreement between the six Western Balkans countries, signed on November 3, 2022, as part of the Berlin Process has hit a wall in Bosnia thanks to the Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik. 

Govt Formation in Bosnia’s Federation Entity Hits Stalemate

The formation of a government in the Bosniak and Croat-dominated Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the bigger of Bosnia's two entities, remains on hold since the October 2022 election, as the governing coalition that promised its quick formation falls apart. 

Bosnia Finally Forms State-Level Government

Bosnia and Herzegovina completed the formation of a state-level government on Wednesday, several months after the October 2022 general elections, with the approval of the new Council of Ministers led by Borjana Kristo, vice-president of the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, the main Bosnian Croat party. 

Vučić: It was a bigger tactical victory than we presented it

President Vucic talked about important political issues in the entire region.
"The situation for us is serious and it is getting complicated because this year we will have many elections in the region, which will be a good opportunity for continued attacks on Serbs," he said.
As he said, attacks on Serbs are a safer option for them.

Cavusoglu calls on US to maintain ‘balance’ in ties with Greece, Turkey

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusolgu on Monday reacted to media reports on the possible sale to Greece of F-35 fighter jets, produced by US defense giant Lockheed Martin, calling on Washington to maintain the balance in its relations with Athens and Ankara.

British warn - Prevent the new outbreak in Kosovo...

In an article analyzing the situation in the Western Balkans, titled "Europe needs to do more", the Guardian states that in December "local disputes" led to the installation of barricades in the north of Kosovo, which is mainly inhabited by Serbs.