Statement on the BiH CPC by Embassies of Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, UK, USA, OHR and OSCE05/30/2018
The Embassies of Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and the OHR and OSCE are deeply concerned about the evident lack of genuine interest by HDZ BiH and SNSD in implementing the decision of the BiH Constitutional Court on the BiH Criminal Procedure Code (CPC).
OHR welcomes FBiH CC decision aimed at ensuring harmonization of three cantonal constitutions with the FBiH Constitution05/29/2018
The OHR welcomes today’s judgement of the FBiH Constitutional Court which obliges the cantonal assemblies in Posavina, Herzegovina-Neretva, and West Herzegovina Cantons to amend their respective constitutions and bring them in line with the FBiH Constitution, in particular with respect to ensuring full equality of Serb constituent people, the Serbi [...]
High Representative attends memorial service in Bradina05/25/2018
High Representative Valentin Inzko attended a memorial service today for the victims of the 1992 massacre in Bradina near Konjic.
Continued and even stronger international community engagement needed in BiH05/24/2018
Peace is more than just an absence of war, the High Representative Valentin Inzko told participants at a conference on the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina held yesterday at the Oxford University.
Statement by France, Germany, Italy, UK, US, EUD/EUSR and OHR regarding today’s events related to the transportation of migrants to Salakovac05/18/2018
Embassies of France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and United States of America, the Delegation of the European Union/EU Special Representative and the Office of the High Representative welcome the BiH Council of Ministers’ adoption of the action plan with emergency measures for dealing with the migrant crisis on May 16.
International Community Ready to Support Reforms Proactively05/08/2018
Bosnia and Herzegovina has taken some positive steps towards Euro-Atlantic integration, but “the pace of real reform remains somewhat slow,” High Representative Valentin Inzko told the Security Council in New York today after presenting his biannual report on the implementation of the peace agreement.