SARAJEVO The European Union peacekeeping force (EUFOR) in Bosnia warned the Serbian representative on Bosnia's presidency on Tuesday against saying anything to weaken the country's multi-ethnic armed forces after he made comments widely seen as divisive.
SARAJEVO North Macedonia is forecasting economic growth of 3.2 percent this year and 4 percent in 2020, when it expects to become a full-fledged member of NATO, Finance Minister Dragan Tevdovski said in an interview on Thursday.
SARAJEVO Bosnian prosecutors said on Friday they would investigate Security Minister Dragan Mektic for revealing secret information and giving false statements related to a case of alleged recruitment of Bosnians by Croatian intelligence and diplomats.
SARAJEVO The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development plans to invest at least 1.1 billion euros (944.3 million pounds) in infrastructure, energy and the private sector in the Western Balkans this year, a top EBRD official said on Wednesday.
SARAJEVO, March 19 The European Bank for
Reconstruction and Development plans to invest at least 1.1
billion euros ($1.25 billion) in infrastructure, energy and the
private sector in the Western Balkans this year, a top EBRD
official said on Wednesday.
THE HAGUE/SARAJEVO Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic will face U.N. appeals judges on Wednesday for a ruling that will end one of the highest profile legal battles stemming from the Balkan wars of the 1990s that saw the collapse of the former Yugoslavia.
TESANJ, Bosnia A quarter of a century after their own country was devastated by war, three Bosnian women are struggling to bring home loved ones caught up in Syria's ruinous conflict and the collapse of Islamic State rule.
SARAJEVO, Feb 21 Bosnia's hundreds of
loss-making state-owned companies, accounting for about a fifth
of the economy, should restructure or be privatised to become
sustainable, said an IMF official presenting the first
comprehensive overview of the sector.
* C. bank unlikely to invest in local firms despite
SARAJEVO The Olympic spirit is back in Sarajevo after rival Bosnian ethnic elites set aside their differences to host the largest sport event in the country since the 1984 Winter Olympics and war of the 1990s.