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NEW YORK - Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic participated in the meeting of foreign ministers from Western Balkan countries with EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele and future European High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini on the margins of the 69th UN General Assembly session in New York.
A report on average wages in former Yugoslavia countries and Albania, compiled by Anadolu news agency, says Slovenes earn most in the region per month, with average wages of 1,002 euro.
This comes as no surprise, as the country has been a member of the EU for almost 10 years and was the wealthiest republic in Yugoslavia.
The Bosnian Foreign Minister and Social Democratic Party leader, Zlatko Lagumdzija, met the Charge d'Affaires of the US Embassy, Nicholas Hill, on September 23, to rebut charges of neglect and corruption contained in a recent blog post by two senior US officials.
Former Bosnian Serb Army soldier Dusko Solesa was sentenced to six years in prison for raping the teenage girl in the Bihac municipality in north-west Bosnia in 1992.
Bosnian politicians have shown they are completely incapable of helping citizens in times of need and of matching even half of what the international community did for flood victims, two senior US officials wrote in their embassy blog on September 18.
Moore: Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Abyss
Mostar -- Bosnia and Herzegovina is, unfortunately, a country that does not go forward, said in Mostar Jonathan Moore, the Head of the OSCE Mission in that country
Jonathan Moore, the Head of the OSCE Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina added in Mostar that the country is still in the "famous abyss "
BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic conferred with Republika Srpska (RS) Minister of Labour and Veteran Affairs Petar Djokic on Wednesday, and during the meeting, they discussed the preparations for the forthcoming joint session of the two governments due to take place in Belgrade on September 20.
Religious institutions are trying to distance themselves from politics during the campaign for next month's general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina - but faith still plays a role in determining voting patterns, analysts told Balkan Insight.