All News on Politics in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Media: If Pristina does that, Serbia prepared a ready answer; 14 countries promised
Germany gets the green light of the USA: As for Serbia...
Media Freedom Remains Major Concern in Balkans, Watchdog Says
Istanbul Mayor: Erdogan Won’t Win Next Presidential Race
According to opinion polls, Imamoglu would beat Erdogan, whose popularity has suffered as a result of a series of political and international crises, and mostly due to the grave economic crisis.
He is cautious about his own prospects. "The opposition parties will work very selectively to decide the best presidential candidate," Imamoglu said.
NY Times: Bulgaria has Supplied Weapons to Ukraine through an American Company
Bulgaria and five other countries sell Soviet weapons and ammunition to Ukraine through the US company Ultra Defense Corp., based in Tampa, Florida, according to an analysis by the New York Times. The company works with arms factories in Bulgaria, Romania, Bosnia, Serbia, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, which provide the so-called "non-standard ammunition".
Germany states: "New era"
Olaf Scholz called for accelerating the accession of the Western Balkans to the European Union, which has been blocked for years, mentioning a "new era" in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
At a joint press conference with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz promised to help advance the issue.
US Sanctions Seven People as “Serious Threat” to Balkan Stability
Lesson from Ukraine: Stop Appeasing Russia’s Trojan Horse, Serbia
Federal Option Offers Bosnia Way Out of Quagmire
EU answer to W Balkan issues, Pahor tells Munich conference
Pahor hods several bilateral meetings in Munich
As Bosnia Wrestles with Electoral Reform, Croatian President Eyes Votes
More Countries in the Red Zone for Entering Bulgaria (Full List)
Tonin and Wallace talk Ukraine, Western Balkans
Ljubljana – Defence Minister Matej Tonin and his British counterpart Ben Wallace met in Ljubljana on Wednesday to discuss mainly the developments in Ukraine and the situation in the Western Balkans. “A bad peace is better than a good war,” said Tonin, commenting on the former, as Wallace again called on Russia to maintain dialogue.
Would Turkey intervene militarily in Bosnia-Herzegovina? "A main obstacle is Russia"
Unlike in the 1990s, Turkey is now a geopolitically stronger force, intervening in Syria and Libya without anyone's permission, so its potential engagement in Bosnia-Herzegovina is possible.
Ankara already has military bases in Bosnia-Herzegovina and is in a stronger situation than it was in Syria or Libya.