Latest News from Bosnia and Herzegovina
BELGRADE - The Belgrade-based Jaroslav Cerni water management institute will from Tuesday, November 25, to November 28 host a regional meeting of partner countries in the Adriatic region as part of the Drinkadria project.
VIENNA - A summit of the Central European Initiative (CEI), presided by Austria this year, will be held in Vienna on Monday, with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transport, Construction, and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic as Serbia's representative.
FM talks Dayton agreement, Russia, Kosovo
BELGRADE -- Ivica Dačić has stressed there would be no revision of a peace deal that ended the Bosnian war "without the consent of all who participated in reaching it."
The Serbian foreign minister spoke on the 19th anniversary of the Dayton Accords that ended the 1992-95 war in Bosnia-Herzegovina....
BELGRADE - Biljana Jovanovic, the owner and director of the Luna fashion company, is the first woman to receive the prestigious International Women's Entrepreneurial Challenge (IWEC) award for development of international business in the Balkans.
The trial of three former Bosniak police officers for war crimes against Serb civilians in north-western Bosnia during 1992 started in Sarajevo.
EU expects "written commitment" from Bosnian leaders
BRUSSELS -- Political leaders and the government in Bosnia must make a written commitment to the reforms necessary to resolve a standstill "on the road to the EU."
This was announced on Monday at the end of a session of the Council of Ministers of the EU in Brussels....
Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic on Monday criticised the temporary release of the war-crime suspect and Serbian ultranationalist Vojislav Seselj.
Pusic characterized Seselj as a "lunatic element in the region", adding that she would warn the European Union about his release from prison in The Hague.
Diplomats and experts believe Russia is trying out a new strategy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, after Russia's representative on the UN Security Council abstained from a vote to extend the mandate of the EU mission, EUFOR, in Bosnia on November 12.