Remarks by the HR at the “International Business Forum 2014”, organized by the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Economy and the British Council
This year’s “International Business Forum” takes place at a dramatic and testing time for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Remarks by HR Valentin Inzko on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the BiH HJPC
Today we can look back on a productive, decade-long effort by the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council (HJPC) of Bosnia and Herzegovina to raise standards of professionalism, transparency and efficiency in the legal profession throughout the country.
Remarks by High Representative Valentin Inzko at the Forum for Prosperity and Jobs in BiH
It is my great pleasure to be here with you today at the conclusion of what has been a fantastic launch event for this vitally important new initiative to get Bosnia and Herzegovina back to work.
Speech celebrating Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Membership in the UN
It was on 22 May 1992 that the UN General Assembly – without a vote – accepted Bosnia and Herzegovina as a member to the United Nations.
Speech by High Representative Valentin Inzko to the United Nations Security Council
As we stand ready to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War and the tragic loss of life and suffering that followed, our continued commitment to our shared goal of irreversible peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina is more important than ever.
A Priceless Part of the European Heritage
We are here today to say that the Vijećnica is in all our hearts, and especially in mine.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s National Treasure
It is a pleasure to be here – particularly as today’s event launches an initiative in one of the most dynamic and successful sectors of the BiH economy. For many years now, the tourism sector has shown – in terms of job creation, investment and consumer satisfaction – the enormous potential of this economy and of the country as a whole.
Citizens Are Offering Their Own Solutions
The political landscape in Bosnia and Herzegovina has changed since we last celebrated Europe Day. Civil society in this country is finding its voice and this will surely resonate with the European Movement, which has been a pioneer in bringing communities – including those beyond the main towns and cities – into the forum of public debate.
The Fundamental Rights of BiH Citizens
I would like to focus on the question of national minorities in the broader context of citizenship – what citizenship means in the twenty-first century; and how a reaffirmed sense of citizenship can be an element in resolving major foreign-policy and social issues that we are facing in Europe today.
Speech by High Representative Valentin Inzko at “The Model United Nations”
My appointment as High Representative was made by the Steering Board of the Peace Implementation Council and endorsed by the UN Security Council.
Remarks by Principal Deputy High Representative Tamir Waser on the Occasion of Brcko District Day
Today, on the fourteenth anniversary of the inauguration of Brcko District, we have an opportunity to review the achievements of the past year and assess whether or not the District has maintained the positive trajectory that has made it – for more than a decade – one of the success stories of post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Remarks by High Representative Valentin Inzko at the Presentation of the 2014 Dusko Kondor Civil Courage Awards
We are here today to recognise and to honour the inspiring example of five citizens who – when they came up against corruption, intolerance crime and ignorance – responded with a brave and uncomplicated determination to stand clearly on the side of right and not on the side of wrong.