Bosnien und Herzegowina
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(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Office of the High Representative (Sonstige)
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The Republika Srpska government said it cut communications with Bosnia’s High Representative Valentin Inzko after he reportedly compared the entity’s banned ‘statehood day’ celebrations to commemorations of a Croatian WWII-era Nazi puppet state.
[The entity's president] Milorad Dodik says nobody will be able to keep the RS [Serb Republic] in Bosnia unless its original powers, stemming from the Dayton peace agreement, are restored.
The high representative should have left Bosnia-Herzegovina a long time ago, says the current chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mladen Ivanic.
Positive outlooks mired by divisive rhetoric in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Security Council told (08.11.2016)
Briefing the United Nations Security Council, High Representative Valentin Inzko said that though there have been some positive developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, these have been overshadowed by parties focusing exclusively on the ethnic distribution of the population around the country.
Urging all parties to abide fully by their commitments under the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Security Council renewed its authorization of the European-led multinational stabilization force there (EUFOR ALTHEA) for another year … .
War victims are launching an appeal in The Hague, calling for the Netherlands to be held responsible for the deaths of all the Bosniaks from Srebrenica who were killed in July 1995.
Bosnian Serbs continue preparing disputed referendum (05.09.2016)
Despite international criticism and a lack of support from Serbia, the leadership of Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska is continuing preparations to hold a controversial referendum, officials said.