High Representative of the international community in Bosnia, Valentin Inzko, visited the General Hospital “Dr. Abdulah Nakaš” this week, on an invitation from the hospital. Inzko met with the hospital director Zlatko Kravić and chairman of the steering board Sead Željo. Continue reading Envoy Visits Sarajevo’s General Hospital
The steering board of the Federation entity’s public broadcaster informed the national public broadcaster that they will not be exchanging documentary content over the appointment of a controversial documentary department head. Continue reading Broadcaster Cuts Ties over Controversial Appointment
The Regional Cooperation Council marked its 10th anniversary with a brief presentation of the overview of the organization’s past 10 years for the partners, stakeholders and friends, in Sarajevo.
Members of a Russian motorcycle club said they will tour Bosnia and Serbia this month. Some twenty members of the Night Wolves want to “research the cultural influence of the Russian Empire in the Balkans”, the group posted on the internet. Continue reading Russian Bikers’ Balkans Tour Plans Criticized by Security Minister
A exhibition of photos from Winter Paralympics opened at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo. Continue reading Winter Paralympics Exhibition Opens at Academy of Fine Arts
Bosnian Minister of Defense, Marina Pendeš, and Commander of the European Union force in Bosnia, Major General Anton Waldner, hosted a conference at the Armed Forces House in Sarajevo entitled “Recruiting and Retaining the Best Women (and Men) in the Defense and Security Sector” to mark International Women’s Day. Continue reading EUFOR, MoD Host Conference on Women in Defense and Security Sector
The European Union urged Bosnian government to amend the country’s criminal procedure code before the top court declares its rules on undercover police work and surveillance void, leaving prosecutors without essential means of gathering evidence in cases of the most severe crimes. Continue reading Bosnian Prosecutors Could Lose an Important Tool against Serious Crime, EU Warns