Latest News from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Vucic: Serbia must assess its position regarding ammo production

TIRANA - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in Tirana on Wednesday evening he had ordered the army to restock its ammunition reserves to 100 pct from the present 62 pct and that Serbia needed to assess its position regarding joint ammunition production by Western Balkan countries and Ukraine.

World leaders attend Antalya Diplomacy Forum

Heads of state and government, dozens of foreign ministers, academics and think tanks from across the world will be in Antalya to attend the annual diplomacy forum, which will focus on the role of diplomacy in the age of conflicts.

Defense Minister in London for security talks

Defense Minister Yaşar Güler was in London for an official visit to hold talks with his British counterpart Grant Shapps on Tuesday, during which they exchanged views on security and defense topics.

"Change the approach towards Serbia; It's not fair..."

In an interview with HINA, Szijjrt stated that Russia is not a threat to any NATO member.
The head of Hungarian diplomacy was in Petrinja yesterday, where he opened a new elementary school, built after the devastating earthquake that hit this Croatian city at the end of 2020, for the construction of which Hungary donated almost 22 million euros.

Serbia to be seeded in Davis Cup playoffs draw

LONDON - Serbia will be seeded in the draw for the September 13-15 tennis Davis Cup World Group 1 playoffs, the International Tennis Federation announced on its website on Tuesday.

The draw ceremony is scheduled for February 8.

The other seeds are Croatia, Sweden, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Switzerland, Hungary, Portugal, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel and Colombia.

EU growth plan potential ‘game changer’ for Western Balkans, official says

Leaders of the six Western Balkan countries, including Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, met on Monday in Skopje, North Macedonia to discuss reforms needed to access the European Union growth plan presented last October.

Vucic meets with Hungary's Novak in Davos

DAVOS - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met with Hungarian President Katalin Novak in Davos on Wednesday to discuss the current geopolitical situation, regional developments and further strengthening of the friendly relations between the two countries.

Air Serbia to fly to Mostar from April to October

BELGRADE - In partnership with Mostar Airport, Air Serbia will operate scheduled passenger flights between Belgrade and Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, from April to October 2024, Air Serbia announced on Wednesday.

"The planned frequency is three times a week, on Mondays, Fridays, and Sundays, using Embraer E175 aircraft," the Serbian flagship airline said in a statement.