Catholic members of the Bosnian Armed Forces pilgrimaged at the site of the medieval Bosnia seat of kings on the anniversary of the death of last Bosnian queen. The “Prayer for the Homeland” procession to the remains of Bobovac fortress was led by the defense minister and the Armed Forces chief of staff. Continue reading Catholics in Military Honor Last Bosnian Queen
“25 years ago, Switzerland recognized Bosnia and Herzegovina as an independent state. Our two countries, often compared with each other, have worked well together these past two decades. I hope they can also inspire each other in the future.” Continue reading 25 Years of Successful Cooperation
The international peace deal overseer in Bosnia responded to an arrest threat against his mission head of office, made by the Bosnian Serb leader, saying that foreign diplomats in the country enjoy immunity under a convention on diplomatic relations.
The European Union has granted three million Euros to a treaty-based international organization in The Hague under the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance 2016, for a two-year project to continue helping the Bosnian authorities locate and identify the estimated 7,000 persons are still missing from the Bosnian war of the nineties. Continue reading EU Grants Funding to Organization Locating and Identifying Missing War Victims
Lawmakers of the ruling coalition in the Republika Srpska entity passed a resolution against attempts to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The session of the entity parliament, which ended early Wednesday morning, wasn’t attended by the opposition members. Continue reading RS Assembly Passes “Military Neutrality” Resolution
Adequate social protection and care is crucial for ensuring that children become healthy, educated adult members of society, a conference in Sarajevo was told. The “Social Welfare for Children – Exchange of Good Practices” conference is taking place 16-18 October, organized by UNICEF in Bosnia in cooperation with national and entity governments. Continue reading Decision-Makers and Experts Share Experiences in Social Protection for Children
The closing ceremony of Quick Response 2017 exercise concluded months of planning and cooperation between EUFOR and the Bosnian Ministry of Security and Ministry of Defense. The Exercise director, Brigadier General József Szpisják, congratulated the participating soldiers for their hard work and commitment in making the exercise a huge success and thanked them for their professionalism and enthusiasm throughout.