Celebrating Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Membership to the UN05/19/2014
“On 22 May 1992 the UN General Assembly accepted Bosnia and Herzegovina as a member to the United Nations. Previously, on 20 May, the UN Security Council had adopted a resolution recommending the country’s membership and expressing its conviction that Bosnia and Herzegovina will make a significant contribution to the work of the organisation”. [...]
Inzko meets Ban Ki-moon05/16/2014
Political leaders have failed to deliver concrete progress in Bosnia and Herzegovina over the last six months, while senior officials from Republika Srpska continue to challenge the Peace Agreement, as well as the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of the state, High Representative Valentin Inzko told UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in New [...]
High Representative tells UN Security Council that job in BiH is “not yet complete”05/15/2014
Members of a privileged political class in Bosnia and Herzegovina continue to put their personal interests before those of the country and its citizens, High Representative Valentin Inzko told the UN Security Council in New York today.
High Representative briefs U.S. officials on Bosnia and Herzegovina05/13/2014
High Representative Valentin Inzko is in Washington today, 13 May, for talks with U.S. officials on the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina ahead of the forthcoming meeting of the Peace Implementation Council on 21-22 May in Sarajevo.
High Representative submits 45th report on Bosnia and Herzegovina to the United Nations05/09/2014
In line with his mandate under the Dayton Peace Agreement, High Representative Valentin Inzko has submitted his regular report to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon outlining the status of peace implementation in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period from 21 October 2013 to 21 April 2014.
Joint Statement on the Matter of Residence05/08/2014
The European Union Special Representative/Delegation of the European Union, the Embassy of the United States and the Office of the High Representative are very concerned about the ongoing politicization of the matter of residence in Bosnia and Herzegovina.