Valentin Inzko

Bosnian Judiciary Faces Crisis over Surveillance Law

High Representative Valentin Inzko, Bosnia and Herzegovina's top international official, warned of possible legal chaos late Wednesday after the Bosnian state parliament failed to adopt important amendments to criminal law procedures on issues like surveillance and the status of protected witness.

Inzko: We will not allow Serb Republic to secede

The international community will not allow a redrawing of Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) borders, High Representative Valentin Inzko has told Deutsche Welle.

Inzko says that he has not thought so far about sacking Milorad Dodik or about reaching for other Bonn powers.

He adds that the secession of the Serb Republic (RS) will not occur.

Republika Srpska Halt Contact with Envoy Over Insults

BELGRADE - The Serbian republic in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has severed all ties with the international envoy to the Balkan state over his controversial remark about a national holiday.

Over 99 percent voted in Republika Srpska's referendum last September to mark the date of its creation on January 2, 1992 as a national holiday, in a move ruled illegal by Bosnia's top court.

Serb entity cuts all contacts with high rep over NDH insult

The government of the Serb Republic (RS), the Serb entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina, has decided to suspend all contacts with High Representative Valentin Inzko.

This came after Inzko compared the marking of RS Day on January 9 to the establishment of the WW2-Nazi allied Independent State of Croatia (NDH), that ran death camps where mass murder of Serbs, Jews, and Roma occurred.