Inzko: Step back from polarized positions and move towards compromise

“Progress on the EU path remains the stated goal of BiH leaders from all ethnic communities. Recently, we have seen some significant initial steps in that direction but much more needs to be done,” High Representative Valentin Inzko stated at a panel discussion in Washington titled “BiH – Towards its European future.”

International Community supports BiH citizens working to improve their country

In light of the internal challenges that Bosnia and Herzegovina still faces, the International Community should retain all instruments at its disposal, including the EU military force, in order to maintain the country’s stability, the High Representative, Valentin Inzko, stated in his address before the UN Security Council.

HR Inzko visits St. Sava Church in New York

During his visit to New York, where he will present his regular 52nd report to the UN Security Council today, the High Representative Valentin Inzko has used the opportunity to visit the St. Sava Orthodox Church in Manhattan and meet with the protopriest Živojin Jakovljević.

PDHR Hearne meets ICTY/MICT Chief Prosecutor Brammertz

Principal Deputy High Representative Dennis W. Hearne met today in Sarajevo with the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunal (MICT), Serge Brammertz, who is paying his last visit to BiH in the capacity of ICTY Chief Prosecutor.

HJPC conclusions fail to ensure the integrity and independence of judges and prosecutors

The Office of the High Representative views with deep concern the 26 October 2017 conclusions of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council reached in connection with the information submitted by the Center for Research of War, War Crimes and Search for Missing Persons of the Ministry of Justice of Republika Srpska which include calls for dismissa [...]