Bosnien und Herzegowina
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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.
Serbian leaders are meeting their Bosnian Serb counterparts to discuss a controversial referendum whose opponents have warned could undermine the legal foundations of the state.
The US, EU, Russia and other international powers which are guarantors of Bosnia’s peace agreement are struggling to agree on concrete action to stop the Bosnian Serbs holding an ethnically-divisive referendum.
Bosnian leaders approve EU key measure (17.08.2016)
Leaders from the state government and the country’s two political entities, Republika Srpska and the Federation, approved on Wednesday the establishment of a structure which should help coordinate all the different administrative levels of the country in their negotiations with the EU.
Bosnia’s rival leaders agreed on Sunday on the key conditions set by the European Union for accepting the country’s membership application and cleared the way for winning a much needed IMF loan deal, which was delayed three weeks ago.
UN warned about Bosnian Serb ‘secession’ threat (06.05.2016)
The top international official in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Valentin Inzko, warned the UN Security Council that the Bosnian Serb leadership was threatening a referendum on secession and glorifying war criminals.
The readiness of some political actors in Bosnia and Herzegovina to question and challenge the 1995 peace accord, including new attempts to undermine the sovereignty and authority of the State and its institutions, continues to cast a shadow over positive efforts to advance economic and social...