Dnevni avaz: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
Mr Dodik tends to substitute what he sees as his ideal Dayton Accords to those that were actually signed by President Milošević and others. The same goes for the Constitution of BiH. Dayton was a compromise.
Klix.ba: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
As always, I informed the UN Security Council about the factual situation in the country during the reporting period.
Nezavisne novine: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
The images from Pazaric are shocking, appalling and disturbing in many ways. It is incomprehensible that those amongst the most vulnerable, children with disabilities and complex needs, are being mistreated in such a way.
Dnevni list: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
The course for BiH is set. There is a consensus among the BiH politicians that the country should move towards the EU.
Oslobođenje: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
BiH’s declared foreign policy direction is membership in the European Union. Despite all the negative rhetoric in BiH, I think the country is still on the right path. That being said, there is a clear need to focus more on forward-looking agendas.
Otisak.ba: Interview with PDHR and Brcko District Supervisor Michael Scanlan
It is good that you now have talks that take place in the Assembly and in the Government and in the media.
portal 049: Interview with PDHR and Brcko Supervisor Michael Scanlan
Brcko is blessed with unique qualities that other parts of B&H don’t have
InfoBrcko: Interview with PDHR and Brcko Supervisor Michael Scanlan
Brčko District Supervisor Michael Scanlan paid his regular monthly visit to the Brcko District of BiH
Otisak.ba: Interview with PDHR and Brčko Supervisor Michael Scanlan
Supervisor for Brčko District of BiH Michael Scanlan stressed in his interview for Otisak.ba that it was essential to expedite the processes in this city.
Vijesti.ba: Interview with Valentin Inzko
The greatest success is that the international community has remained unwavering in its commitment to support Bosnia and Herzegovina in achieving irreversible stability and functionality in line with the Dayton Peace Agreement.