Bosnien und Herzegowina

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OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina

(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Beginn: 12/95

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Office of the High Representative (Sonstige)
Beginn: 12/95

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EUFOR Althea

EU Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EU)
Beginn: 12/04

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Russia: Western integration not Bosnia's only option (10.12.2014)

Russia broke with the West on Wednesday on an initiative to encourage reform in Bosnia with the carrot of European Union membership, saying that integration with the West was not the Balkan country's only option.

EU tells Bosnia to get moving on reforms (05.12.2014)

During her visit to Sarajevo, the EU’s foreign policy chief is urging Bosnian political leaders to get the country’s reform process back on track after the October elections.

Security Council extends mandate of EUFOR for 12 month (11.11.2014)

Through the adoption of Chapter VII resolution 2183 (2014), by 14 in favour with 1 abstention (Russian Federation), the Council reminded the parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina of their responsibilities under the General Framework Agreement for Peace in the country, noting that implementation was not...

UK, Germany launch joint initiative on Bosnia (05.11.2014)

Lamenting the years of waste and stagnation, Britain and Germany have launched a new initiative on Bosnia, promising real progress towards the EU if its politicians sign up to reforms.

Bosnia election results seal nationalists' triumph (28.10.2014)

Bosnia's Central Electoral Commission has published the final results of the general elections held two weeks ago, confirming the victory of the main ethnic-based parties.

Vote count almost over from Bosnia's election (20.10.2014)

Based on around 95 per cent of votes counted, the three members of Bosnia's State Presidency will be Bakir Izetbegovic - for the Bosniaks, Dragan Covic - for the Croats, and Mladen Ivanic - for the Serbs.

Bosnia ethnic divide 'key factor' in election - OSCE (13.10.2014)

Bosnia-Herzegovina's general election was hampered by ethnic divisions and a failure to move beyond the 1995 Dayton peace deal, observers say. The remarks by European watchdog OSCE came as nationalist candidates from all three ethnic groups won the race for Bosnia's tripartite presidency.

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