START: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

Whoever forms the incoming governments must start delivering on what they promised to their voters during the election campaign to address their real life problems .

Nezavisne novine: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

I believe that every election is important, but I sense that these Elections are especially crucial because we need these Elections to be a turning point after which we will see a new kind of politics where the interests of the citizens and the country as a whole are put first .

Dnevni avaz: Interview with PDHR David M. Robinson

My priorities are those of the OHR. This means, first and foremost, ensuring full compliance with the Dayton Agreement, but also working on important elements of that Agreement, such as the rule of law and the functionality of the structures and institutions that enable this country and its citizens to get back to work and to build a better future [...]

Dnevni avaz: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

When I spoke recently of this crossroads for BiH I meant that despite the current difficulties, there is also a choice to be made for the future of the country, a great opportunity .

FENA: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

My expectations of voters are very simple – that they turn up at the ballot boxes on 12 October and vote. My message is: if you don’t vote, you let others decide your future for you. It is as simple as that .

Oslobođenje: Interview with PDHR Tamir Waser

When it comes to the current situation after the floods in BiH, there was full solidarity in the PIC Steering Board; the ambassadors had already issued a statement on that earlier. In the course of our talks in the very session we were briefed on the current situation and the long-lasting recovery that BiH is facing after all this.

Dnevni List: Interview with PDHR Tamir Waser

Mostar should have elections this year. It has been over a year and a half since the elections should have taken place in Mostar and more than five years since the citizens of Mostar had the opportunity to elect their representatives.

Dnevni list: Interview with PDHR Tamir Waser

Without a doubt, we have convinced ourselves and seen a clear dissatisfaction of citizens with the economic situation, extremely widespread corruption, crime, in simple terms, with very difficult living and poverty in the country.