Parliamentary Parties To Decide On European Perspective
“It is disappointing that parliamentarians did not take the opportunity today to move forward the Police Laws towards adoption. I expect the Joint BiH Defence and Security Committee not to miss that opportunity and issue a positive report,” said the High Representative and EU Special Representative, Miroslav Lajčák.
Declaration by the Steering Board of the Peace Implementation Council
Political Directors of the Peace Implementation Council Steering Board met in Brussels on 26 and 27 February 2008. The Presidency of BiH, the Chairman of the Council of Ministers as well as leaders of the governing coalition were present during parts of the meeting.
HR/EUSR Miroslav Lajčák welcomes the adoption of several key pieces of legislation by the BiH Council of Ministers today
Draft Laws on the Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies and Agencies, and the Independent and Supervisory Bodies of the Police Structure of BiH will now be debated by BiH's parliament.
Intervju: Miroslav Lajčák, visoki predstavnik/specijalni predstavnik EU u BiH: “BiH nije talac Kosova”
Dnevni List:Ured Visokog predstavnika je izrazio zabrinutost zbog neusvajanja državnog proračuna. Plašite li se da je ovo možda uvod u dublju političku krizu?
PIC Steering Board Ambassadors’ Statement on Initialling of the SAA
At its meeting today in Sarajevo, the Steering Board of the Peace Implementation Council at Ambassador level welcomed the initialling of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement.
BiH Back On The European Road
“Olli Rehn’s decision puts Bosnia and Herzegovina back on the road to European integration after months of political uncertainty”, said the High Representative and EU Special Representative following the European Enlargement Commissioner’s decision to initial Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Stabilisation and Association Agreement.
Lajčák se susreo s Rehnom: dugo očekivani Sporazum o reformi policije usvojen
Lideri Bosne i Hercegovine su pokazali spremnost postići sporazume i krenuti dalje na putu k Europskoj uniji – u tome su se danas u Sarajevu složili Visoki predstavnik/Posebni predstavnik EU Miroslav Lajčák i europski povjerenik za proširenje Olli Rehn.
Lajčák expects party leaders to make progress on EU agenda
Party leaders need to build on the discussions initiated in Mostar on 24 October and signal a return to the path of European integration, the High Representative and EU Special Representative Miroslav Lajčák said ahead of a meeting of six party leaders of the governing coalition in Sarajevo tomorrow.
Speech by the High Representative/EU Special Representative, Miroslav Lajčak at the Conference: “Platform for action: Sustainable economic development in BiH through reforms and partnership”
As my Principle Deputy has pointed out, I hope we will go from this conference with a better-defined - and hopefully agreed - set of economic priorities.
Statement by Dr Nikola Spiric, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina At the Conference: «Sustainable economic development in Bosnia and Herzegovina through reforms and partnership”
The process of economic policymaking is always challenging, particularly in a country such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has such a complex governing structure.