Bosnia and Herzegovina
At Sarajevo's Butmir Airport, the President of Serbia was welcomed by the Chairman of the Presidency of BiH, Milorad Dodik, and the Bosniak member of the Presidency, Sefik Dzaferovic.
It was announced that Vui would be greeted at the airport by the complete Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovona, but the Croatian member eljko Komi was absent.
Romania's Foreign Ministry (MAE) is welcoming the 25th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Romania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, emphasising that the European and Euro-Atlantic prospects of the Balkan country is one of Romania's foreign policy concerns.
Bosnia's top court has found Jasmin Keserovic guilty of having travelled to Syria in January 2013, fought for ISIS and taken part in terrorist activities under the name Abu Muhamed Al Bosni.
On Thursday, The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina also found Keserovic guilty on the second count of having published an incitement to murder on the internet in 2016.
So, what next for OHR and Bosnia? The aim here is not to discuss the relevance of the OHR's powers, or the future course of difficult reforms, or even the issues of geopolitics and foreign influence in Bosnia. It is to look at key "softer" questions that have been long overlooked but which could profoundly change the nature and vigour of this institution and its doing.