Final PRC Report
OHR/EUSR Comment On EU Conclusions on Bosnia and Herzegovina
"This is good news for Bosnia and Herzegovina," said the High Representative and EU Special Representative, Miroslav Lajčák. Only two weeks after adoption of the police reform legislation, the EU decided BiH has made adequate progress to sign the SAA as soon as possible and has called on the European Commission to launch a visa dialogue with B [...]
Breakthrough For BiH On The Road To Europe
The High Representative and EU Special Representative, Miroslav Lajčák, welcomed today’s long-awaited adoption of police reform legislation.
Statement by the HR/EUSR Miroslav Lajčák following the adoption of police reform legislation in the BiH House of Representatives
I welcome today's adoption of police reform laws in the BiH House of Representatives.
Radio-Interview: Miroslav Lajčák, High Representative/EU Special Representative in BiH
Good evening dear listeners. Here we are with another episode of «Aktuelno sa…», and our guest today is the High Representative of the International Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Miroslav Lajčák. Unlike our other shows, due to the commitments of Mr. Lajčák, this show is being taped and will not be broadcast live.
Police Laws Must Be adopted in Order to Secure SAA Signing
Following the session of the SDA Main Board on Saturday, there have been suggestions that the SAA could be signed without adoption of the police reform legislation.
Lajčák: Reward BiH in line with progress on reforms
The European Union must remain consistent in its approach to the countries of the Western Balkans and reward them in line with concrete progress on the reform agenda, the High Representative and EU Special Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina Miroslav Lajčák told EU Ministers of Foreign Affairs today at a meeting in Brdo near Kranj in Slov [...]
HR/EUSR: Parliament Wants To Discuss Police Reform Laws
“By deciding today to reject the negative report on BiH’s police reform laws the BiH House of Representatives has sent a clear signal that they want a chance to adopt the police reform legislation” said the High Representative and EU Special Representative, Miroslav Lajčák.