Inzko: Dayton Peace Agreement – BiH’s blueprint for rebuilding the country11/17/2017
During his visit to the United States, High Representative Valentin Inzko participated in a panel discussion dedicated to future perspectives for Bosnia and Herzegovina, hosted by the Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
OHR’s denial of article published in today’s edition of Dnevni avaz11/17/2017
The Office of the High Representative would like to correct a statement wrongly attributed to the OHR in today’s edition of Dnevni avaz.
Inzko: Step back from polarized positions and move towards compromise11/16/2017
“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.”
High Representative calls on political leaders to refrain from irresponsible rhetoric11/14/2017
The High Representative Valentin Inzko is deeply concerned over recent divisive statements by some high-level political and institutional leaders, which remind the population of BiH of the tragic conflict during the ’90 and are not in line with long-standing efforts to promote peace, stability and prosperity in BiH.
HR Inzko meets President of UN General Assembly Miroslav Lajčák11/09/2017
High Representative Valentin Inzko met yesterday with the UN General Assembly President, Miroslav Lajčák to discuss the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
International Community supports BiH citizens working to improve their country11/09/2017
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.