Bosnien und Herzegowina

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EUFOR Althea

EU Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EU)
Mandatiert seit: 07/04

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OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina

(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Mandatiert seit: 12/95

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OHR

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

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Dodik threatens drastic action over Bosnian government delays (14.08.2019)

Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik has threatened to torpedo a number of major achieved reforms in the country, including the formation of joint armed forces and a state court and police agency, unless a state-level government is formed soon.

Rival Bosnia leaders agree to form government 10 months after vote (05.08.2019)

Bosnia’s rival Serb, Croat and Bosniak leaders agreed on Monday to form a central government 10 months after a general election, reaching a compromise about Bosnia’s integration into NATO which had been a key stumbling block.

Bosnian ministers fail to adopt national war crimes strategy (24.07.2019)

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Council of Ministers was criticised for again failing to consider a revised national strategy for prosecuting war crimes to ensure that the country’s huge backlog of cases is processed by 2023.

Dutch UN soldiers sue Dutch government over Srebrenica; "Sent to impossible mission" (11.07.2019)

Group of veterans from the Dutch UN unit which was part of UN Peacekeeping mission in Srebrenica region in 1995 files lawsuit against the Netherlands Government.

Bosnian Serbs accused of planning ‘military-style’ police force (25.06.2019)

After Bosnia’s Serb-dominated Republika Srpska entity announced it was dropping a controversial proposal to establish a new reservist police force, it is now being accused of planning to set up a military-style ‘gendarmerie’ instead.

Bosnian prosecution ‘failing on complex war crime cases’: OSCE (17.06.2019)

Final convictions have been significantly lower in the past two years, and the Bosnian prosecution has not been investing time and resources in investigating the most complex cases, said an OSCE report.

Balkan states backsliding on war crime cases, Hague prosecutor warns (24.05.2019)

Serge Brammertz, chief prosecutor at the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague, raised concerns about a lack of political will to prosecute suspects, the continuing denial of crimes and the glorification of convicts.

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