Bosnia Economy

Many in Bosnia doubt elections will tackle a dysfunctional economy

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Dividing nationalist posturing dominates election campaign Ethnic and family ties drive politics, thwarting real reform Businesses say excessive taxes and red tape are holding back the economy ‘They don’t care,’ says business leader of government ZEPCE, Bosnia, September 26 (Reuters) – …

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Europe introduces measures to save electricity, only in Bosnia and Herzegovina Recommendations for more rational consumption

European Union countries are rushing to develop and implement recommendations and mandatory measures that would limit the consumption of electricity and thermal energy and encourage its responsible use. Lights are off in many facilities. While Europe is afraid of shortages, in BiH there is currently only fear of more expensive …

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Terra Balcanica extends massive sulphide mineralization with two exit holes at its Viogor-Zanik project in Bosnia

Terra Balcanica Resources Corp. Figure 1. Geological map of the Cumavici volcanics hosting the epithermal vein system with drill holes CMVDD002, CMVDD003 highlighted. Figure 2. A conceptual cross-sectional view of boreholes CMVDD001 – CMVD003 looking NW. Descriptions of intervals are present. The mineralization is open down-dip to the SW and …

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A trip to Perry shows why we need immigration reform

I went to Perry, Iowa (pop. 7,836) on Friday to help train a new reporter at Raccoon Valley Radio. Perry is about an hour and a half drive from my house. I had planned to arrive mid-morning, but around 5:30 a hunch told me to leave soon. So I did. …

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Turkey’s Erdoğan asks for Putin’s help in upcoming elections amid economic hardship

Abdullah Bozkurt/Stockholm Facing serious challenges in the upcoming election in a struggling economy, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has turned to Russia for help to boost his cash reserves, rehabilitate his tarnished image and offer relief to consumers with significant energy price reductions. Speaking to reporters after returning from a …

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Air Arabia Abu Dhabi launches new route to Beirut

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the capital’s first low-cost airline, has announced the launch of its new route from Abu Dhabi to Beirut in Lebanon. The new direct flights will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport to Rafic Hariri International Airport in Beirut with a frequency of three weekly flights, starting October …

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Transforming Education by Joyce Banda, Danilo Türk and Jorge Quiroga

At a time when investing in children should be an urgent priority, many governments in developing countries have had to cut their education budgets. A new global compact between these countries and the developed economies that provide donor aid could generate billions of dollars in additional funding for schools. EDINBURGH …

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Launch of the European ANSA/Anti-fake news alliance for news agencies – Lifestyle

(ANSA) – BRUSSELS, SEPTEMBER 7 – A common platform to tell the story of the Europe of the future – this is the mission of the European Newsroom (ENR), which was inaugurated on Tuesday evening in Brussels at the premises of Belga News Agency. The project, funded by the European …

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Black Sea Security Forum 2022: Debates and analysis of the war in Ukraine in Romania

Future battlefields. Adapt and innovate in the context of next generation warfare. A politico-military perspective Photo. New strategy center Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy link Send an email Bucharest hosted the sixth edition of the international conference on September 2 and 3Black Sea and Balkan Security Forum, an event that has …

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Iran Approves Cryptocurrency Regulations Raising Fears of Sanctions Evasion

The US ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina said Washington’s commitment to the Balkan state is “enduring” and that it is committed with its European allies to “territorial integrity, sovereignty and security and the multi-ethnic character of Bosnia”. In a recent interview with RFE/RL’s Balkan Service, Ambassador Michael Murphy accused Russia …

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How to spot a Kiwi traveler abroad: Covid edition

123RF Waving flag on masks. Josh Martin is a Kiwi journalist based in London. OPINION: Where have you been hiding, Kiwi friends? Night buses, hostels, lookouts, surf beaches, and must-do activities have been devoid of Antipodean twangs and vowel nibbling for far too long. And now you’ve come out of …

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Edinburgh Art Festival Reviews: Bosno-Futurism | Diana Zwibach | Iain Patterson | Farrukh Addnan & Michele Marcoux

Artwork by Libra’s Iain Patterson Nothing is Guaranteed: Bosnian-Futurism Exhibition *** No call back: Diana Zwibach **** Balance: Iain Patterson **** Displacement ecologies: Farrukh Addnan and Michèle Marcoux **** All at Summerhall, Edinburgh The guiding spirit of Richard Demarco is presiding over this year’s summer art program at Summerhall. It’s …

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Türkiye and the German Dream

Almost exactly 20 years ago, Kemal Dervis told a group of journalists in Ankara that “in 20 years” Turkey would be one of the two largest European economies along with Federal Germany. Shortly after that remark, however, Dervis’ brief tenure as Türkiye’s “economic miracle worker” in Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit’s …

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Conservatives face another Black Wednesday if they can’t fix the economy

If you want an example of how bad things can get for a Conservative government over the course of a few turbulent days, undermining its reputation for economic stewardship, then here’s a lesson from history. Next month will see the 30th anniversary of Black Wednesday, September 16, 1992, a date …

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Ukraine estimates significantly higher number of Russian casualties in Crimea explosions

Buyers in Moscow. Russia’s economy has proven more resilient to sanctions than some economists initially expected, but experts are now predicting a slowdown.Credit…Yuri Kochetkov/EPA, via Shutterstock Russia’s economy contracted sharply in the second quarter as the country felt the brunt of the economic fallout from its war in Ukraine, in …

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Deloitte Property Index: Romanians need six annual salaries to buy standard housing

Romania ranks second among European countries with the cheapest accommodation, after Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the Deloitte Real Estate Index 2022conducted in 23 countries and 68 cities. The average price per m² in the country is 1,266 euros, calculated on the basis of data from the main cities and …

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Defenders are the cornerstone of freedom, of democracy; Accusations will not be tolerated

ZAGREB, 5 August 2022 – Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Friday, on the occasion of Victory Day, that Croatian defenders are the cornerstone of Croatian freedom and democracy and that the government will not tolerate attempts to question the fact that the war for the homeland was just and …

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UPDATE: Air France-KLM August promotional rewards for travel until January 31, 2023 (no more destinations loaded)

Air France-KLM Flying Blue has updated its latest promotional rewards valid for travel until January 31, 2023, which must be booked by August 31, by adding three long-haul destinations. The maximum discount is 50% on the usual number of miles required (although often the discount is capped at 25%). You …

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Russian ‘trampling’ of nuclear safety in Ukraine risks disaster, says UN

Plus: Georgian helicopter crash, fragmentary Romanian scan, razed Slovak “bio-project”, and more. The big story: Nuclear safety chief warns of Russian violations in Ukraine What happened: All fundamental aspects of nuclear safety have been “trampled upon or violated” during Russia’s occupation of Ukraine. Zaporizhia power plant, the head of the …

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40% increase in BiH exports recorded

BiH’s total trade volume with the world in six months amounted to BAM 23.2 billion and is 41.1% higher than the same period last year, said today. in Sarajevo the President of the Chamber of Foreign Trade of BiH, Zdravko Marinkovic. During the presentation of the foreign trade exchange, Marinkovic …

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Hungarian Foreign Minister discusses EU integration and war with his Bosnian counterpart

The European Union has a historic obligation to strengthen the integration of the Western Balkans, and abandoning this plan would seriously harm Hungary’s security interests, Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said on Wednesday after talks with his Bosnian counterpart. , Bisera Turkovic. Press conference with Turković Szijjártó …

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Increase in the average net salary in the Republika Srpska in June

Image from Shutterstock.com The average net monthly salary in the Republika Srpska increased by 1.8% real year-on-year in June, reaching BAM 1,157 (EUR 592), the Republika Srpska Institute of Statistics (RSIS) announced on Friday. In monthly comparison, the net salary increased by 3.6% in real terms. The average net monthly …

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95-year-old priest Jannati reinstated as head of powerful Guardian Council – Eurasia Review

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has reappointed Ahmad Jannati, 95, for another six-year term as head of the Guardian Council. If he is still alive by then, he will complete his term when he turns 101. According to Khamenei’s decree, issued on Saturday, two other clerics, Mohammad-Reza Modarresi Yazdi and …

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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will expand its ever-expanding network

Flights to Kuwait begin October 30 and strengthen Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s commitment to the Gulf region From October 04, flights to the Maldives will begin, making the dream island paradise more accessible and affordable than ever. The routes will be operated on board Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s newest Airbus …

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Russia bans news outlets Bellingcat, The Insider and Czech group as ‘security threats’

Ukrainian authorities reported that Russian missile fire and shelling had killed at least 16 civilians in cities across the country after Kremlin military leaders said they had ordered troops to ‘further intensify’ their actions in all the domains. Live briefing: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine RFE/RL Live briefing gives you all …

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Solar power plants worth 60 million BAM will be installed in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Central Bosnia Canton Economy Minister Nisvet Hrnjic and KSB Prime Minister Tahir Lendo signed today with Admir Andelija, Managing Director of Electroprivreda BiH, concession contracts for two photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 50 MW on mining areas of Gracanica Bugojno Coal Mine. As Andelija said, it is …

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President flees crisis-ridden Sri Lanka as anger turns to PM | Government and politics

By KRISHAN FRANCIS and KRUTIKA PATHI – Associated Press COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka’s president fled the country early Wednesday, slipping away just hours before promising to step down under pressure from angry protesters over a devastating economic crisis. But the crowds quickly formed their anger against the …

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Russia temporarily halts gas shipments to Germany for pipeline work, but some fear longer suspension

Ukrainian rescue workers recovered 15 bodies after Russian Uragan rockets hit a five-story building, collapsing the building in the eastern Donetsk region, officials said. More than 20 people could still be trapped in the wreckage, the local branch of the emergency services in the city of Chasiv Yar said on …

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Hungarian FM: Hungary supports the strengthening of stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hungary will support all measures aimed at strengthening peace, stability and economy in the Western Balkans and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the region, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said after talks with Christian Schmidt, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Budapest on Thursday. In a joint press conference, Szijjártó said …

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Analysis: Consumer basket price in Bosnia and Herzegovina hits record high

A consumer basket in Bosnia and Herzegovina costs more than 2,600 BAM. The average net salary is slightly over a thousand. And the prices go up, shall we say, hour by hour. Despite this, the Consumer Protection Ombudsman Institution claims that citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina do not complain about …

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Turkey returns to the Balkans at the expense of the EU | Nikola Mikovic

Last week, EU leaders called their decision to grant EU candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova a “historical momentfor the block. It was not said how long it might take for the final “moment” to arrive. Other EU candidate states have been languishing for years, even decades, in the “eternal …

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G7, NATO, gas anxiety and Ukraine lead this WEEK

The world’s most developed nations are meeting in Germany this week to discuss the global economy, Russia’s war on Ukraine, digital transformation and security. This year’s G7 summit is hosted by the German Presidency at Schloss Elmau in Bavaria. On Monday June 27, the leaders of the G7 countries will …

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Russian-Ukrainian crisis: why Russia?

In the emerging world order, there are three players: the United States, China and Russia. Indeed, the United States is a superpower with the strongest economy. But the size of the Russian economy is $1.71 trillion while China’s is $19.9 trillion. With this, Russia is ranked number 11 while China …

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Pray that Bosnia doesn’t happen to us – The Sun Nigeria

All that they always wished for us was pain, agony and such. We are convinced by their body language, their actions and their inactions. They never wanted anything good for us. They are pained whenever we are happy. Our joy irritates them endlessly. They hate our smiling faces. They feel …

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Germany to provide troops for EU military mission in Bosnia | Company

BERLIN (AP) — The German government on Wednesday approved the deployment of up to 50 soldiers to join a European Union military mission in Bosnia. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for you to play premium content. Please enable it in your browser settings. kAm%96 [email protected]>6?E[ H9:49 DE:== …

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EBRD approves €3m loans to Mi-Bospo in Bosnia

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina, June 14 (SeeNews) – The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced that it has approved three loans totaling €3 million ($3.1 million) to the Bosnia and Herzegovina microfinance institution Mi-Bospo in support of micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and to finance private investments …

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Euro-Mediterranean Regional and Local Assembly (ARLEM)

ARLEM It was set up in 2010 by the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) in collaboration with local associations active in this context, allowing elected representatives from the three shores of the Mediterranean to: represent their local and regional authorities politically, including with the EU and the Union for …

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As Donbass fighting rages, Syevyerodonetsk and Lysychansk are ‘ghost towns’, says Zelenskiy

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says a ‘threatening situation’ has developed in Zaporizhzhya, where Russian troops intend to capture the region’s main town even as they fight for control of the city Eastern Syevyerodonetsk. “The enemy wants…to occupy the city of Zaporizhzhya,” Zelenskiy said at a June 6 press conference. The …

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Regardless of how BiH authorities react, demographic trends will be worse – Sarajevo Times

Regardless of how we reacted, the demographic trends will be worse, and the reason for this is the lack of planned action – demographic policy, demographer Aleksandar Cavic told Dnevnik 2, referring to the reasons for the departure of the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina. “Those who are competent to …

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Susan Hartman’s “City of Refugees” about successful immigrants

On the bookshelf City of Refugees: The story of three newcomers who breathed life into a dying American city By Susan HartmanTag: 256 pages, $28 If you purchase linked books from our site, The Times may earn a commission from Bookshop.org, whose fees support independent bookstores. In the mid-19th century, …

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US welcomes EU compromise on Russian oil sanctions, calls for less long-term confidence

The head of the Lugansk regional military administration said Russian troops control most of the city of Syevyerodonetsk, but fears that Ukrainian forces are surrounded are unfounded. Serhiy Hayday said Ukrainian service of RFE/RL on May 31 that the Ukrainian forces were able to maneuver. “The army is calmly defending …

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The return of great power rivalries

Europe’s post-Cold War period of peace is more an aberration than a norm in the continent’s conflict history Europe’s post-Cold War period of peace is more an aberration than a norm in the continent’s conflict history Herr von Tschirschky, Imperial German diplomat and politician, said on New Year’s Day 1906 …

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Saudi Arabia to appoint two labor attachés to Pakistan and India this year

JEDDAH: The 19th Ordinary Session of the Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation met at the OIC Headquarters in Jeddah from May 22-26. On Tuesday, she held a thematic debate titled “The Role of National Human Rights Institutions in the Promotion and Protection of Human …

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Hear the moment missiles flew overhead during a CNN interview in Ukraine’s Zhytomyr region

As the war in Ukraine rages on, up to 100 people are killed every day in fighting in the east of the country, where Russia has concentrated its military efforts in recent weeks, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Meanwhile, Russia “probably suffered a similar death toll” in the first …

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Pronto welcomes former JSOC commander, Lt. Gen. Scott Howell, as senior adviser

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. San Francisco, Calif., May 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Pronto, a global leader in self-driving technology, is proud to announce that Lt. Gen. Scott Howell has joined the …

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MEPs urge EU to start accession talks for Albania and North Macedonia

The European Parliament has called on the European Council to start discussions with Albania and North Macedonia, as both countries have fulfilled the conditions and achieved sustainable results. According to a press release issued by the European Parliament, MEPs call on the EU to assess historically significant security complications for …

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Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Adani Wilmar INE699H01024, PUNCH, 543458 Tata Engines INE155A01022, TATAMOTORS, 500570 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Ambuja cements INE079A01024, AMBUJACEM, 500425 SBI INE062A01020, SBIN, 500112 …

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Biden administration can’t ignore the Balkans when it sanctions Russia

As Western economic sanctions plague the Russian economy, the Kremlin and its supporters scour the world for jurisdictions to use to evade sanctions. Moscow appears to have set its sights on the Western Balkans, long plagued by Russia’s corruption and malign influence. Washington and its Western allies must combat Russia’s …

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Petrol dd: With the official opening of the Ljubač wind farm, Groupe Pétrole consolidates its role as a key player in the energy transition

Investments in the production of electricity from renewable energies are a tangible contribution of the Oil Group to solving the current energy crisis and, at the same time, to the sustainable strengthening of the autonomy and energy transition of households, economy and the country Knin, May 10, 2022 – After …

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Right-wing opposition says Croatia not ready for euro, Finmin lists pluses

ZAGREB, May 5, 2022 – The right-wing opposition said on Thursday that Croatia was not ready to introduce the euro and that it would lower living standards, while Finance Minister Zdravko Marić spoke about the benefits and said a lot had been done to reduce the negative effects. effects as …

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War in Ukraine derailed Biden’s desire for ‘predictable relationship’ with Russia – Chicago Tribune

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in December 1991, every American president has come to office seeking to improve Washington’s relations with Russia – and each of them has left that post years later, having failed to achieve the goal. Bill Clinton was once pals with Boris Yeltsin until …

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Air France-KLM April Promo Awards for travel until October 31, 2022

Air France-KLM Flying Blue has updated its latest promotional rewards valid for travel until October 31, which must be booked by May 31. The maximum discount is 50% on the usual number of miles required (although often the discount is capped at 25%). You can access Flying Blue’s webpage for …

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Can inflation in Bosnia and Herzegovina be controlled? – Sarajevo Time

”This inflation, although initially conditioned by external influences, is now undergoing various phases and forms and it is difficult to predict how it will evolve in the future. In general, we can expect a continuous rise in prices,” Anto Domazet, professor emeritus of the University of Sarajevo, says in an …

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229 laptops delivered to the most marginalized students as part of the “Reimagining Education in BiH” project – Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ms. Ankica Gudeljevic, today received 229 laptops, purchased by UNICEF and UNESCO in Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of the project “Reinventing Education for Girls and marginalized boys during and after COVID-19 in Bosnia and Herzegovina”. Representatives of the United Nations …

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The 5th International Congress of Rural Tourism has generated great interest in the tourism sector

OPG Sandra Božac (Photo: Archives Croatian Association for Tourism and Rural Development “The Village Membership Club”.) Sunflower Award for Croatian Rural Tourism in no less than eight categories Around 350 participants, representatives of ministries, tourist offices, scientific and professional institutions from around fifteen countries will take part in the work …

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One death reported after strong earthquake felt in the Balkans

The US foreign and defense chief is expected to make his first wartime visit to Kyiv since Russia launched its unprovoked war on Ukraine two months ago amid heavy fighting continue in the east of the country. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy announced on April 23 that he would meet the …

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The map shows the decline of the coronavirus in Europe

Economy April 21, 2022, 5:42 p.m. Each week, ECDC publishes a map on its Twitter which colors countries based on the prevalence of coronavirus infections. The positive trend of recent weeks continued to be reflected in last week’s data, with the outbreak decreasing in line with the seasonal pattern. The …

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Ukraine crisis hits Russian tourism industry

By Kester Kenn Klomegah Russia’s tourism industry, both inbound and outbound, is badly hit by the war-ravaged crisis that unfolded in the former Soviet republic of Ukraine in late February. For more than two years, the tourism industry has been affected due to the spread of Covid-19 which has turned …

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Ukraine investigates reports of chemical weapons attack, Russia denies charges

Russian forces have continued to move towards eastern Ukraine ahead of a planned major offensive in the Donbas region, while conditions in Mariupol remain dire, with thousands of civilians reported dead and Russian forces advancing towards the full control of the port city. Live briefing: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine RFE/RL …

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A paradise for foreign investors

For companies looking to benefit from a rapidly growing economy on the European continent, Bosnia and Herzegovina presents a golden opportunity. As the center of South Eastern Europe, the Western Balkan country is quickly becoming a preferred choice for many foreign companies as an address for their operations. Located between …

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Japan funds climate action in Bosnia and Herzegovina to support inclusive decarbonization – Sarajevo Times

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has received a new contribution of $1.87 million in climate finance from the Government of Japan to support the concrete implementation of climate plans, such as the Nationally Determined Contribution ( NDC), in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Japan’s contribution to UNDP’s ambitious Climate Promise initiative …

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Bosnia’s producer inflation rises in February

Regional today Friday, April 8, 2022, 2:00 p.m. Photo by By ppart / Shutterstock.com Producer prices in Bosnia and Herzegovina jumped 11.8% year on year in February, after rising 10.6% the previous month, according to data from the Statistics Agency (BHAS). based in Sarajevo. It was the highest producer inflation …

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European Commission urged to stop funding Balkan fossil fuel projects – EURACTIV.com

The European Commission should stop supporting and funding fossil gas projects in the Western Balkans and instead focus on sustainable energy, a group of civil society organizations from the region has said. As the war in Ukraine rages, driving up gas prices, Europe is struggling to wean itself off Russian …

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him – snake, we – frog – EURACTIV.com

Putin’s mistake in Ukraine was to compress steps that usually take a year into just 24 hours, and it’s unclear what prompted him to behave in such an unusual way, writes Evgenii Dainov. Evgenii Dainov is a Bulgarian scholar, author and political commentator. I have published two books in which …

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EBRD has invested billions in BiH, due to Russia and Belarus sanctions stance, that support is now on hold – Sarajevo Times

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has been involved for years in the development of our country. There are billions of BAMs since the end of the war. The EBRD recently celebrated its 25th anniversary in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). During this period, more than 2.83 billion euros …

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The European Union has opened the competition to choose the destination of excellence 2023

This initiative aims to recognize and reward small destinations that have successfully implemented strategies to promote sustainable tourism through green transformation practices. danish city Medium It is located on the island of Funen, the third largest country in the country European destination of excellence 2022Last year he was selected from …

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Morning headlines for Slovenia: Thursday, March 31, 2022

Check the date at the top of the page, and you can find all the stories of “morning headlines” here. You can also follow us on Facebook and get all the news in your feed. This summary is provided by the STA: Košorok named president of Gen Energija KRŠKO – …

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Ukrainian Zelensky will offer a declaration of neutrality to Russia for peace “without delay”

LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine could declare neutrality and offer security guarantees to Russia to secure peace “without delay,” President Volodymyr Zelensky has said ahead of another scheduled round of talks — though he declared that a face-to-face meeting with Russia’s leader could end the war. While hinting at possible …

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LDS Church donates another $4 million to help Ukrainian refugees

This humanitarian crisis “will forever change the face of the Church in Poland”. (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Sixty bags of clothing collected by Latter-day Saint youth in Friedrichsdorf, Germany. The clothes were delivered to refugees in Frankfurt. | March 25, 2022, 10:20 p.m. | Update: 10:37 p.m. …

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Inflation in Bosnia jumps in January

Regional today Thursday, March 24, 2022, 10:00 a.m. The figures Photo by By ppart / Shutterstock.com Producer prices in Bosnia and Herzegovina rose 10.6% year on year in January, following an 8.5% rise the previous month, according to data released on Tuesday by the Statistics Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. …

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Energy: How can Europe alienate Russian fossil fuels?

When Russian tanks and soldiers rolled into Ukraine, it opened eyes across Europe to the fact that energy independence is a matter of national security. To that end, European leaders quickly declared the need to wean off Russian fossil fuels. But how is Europe giving up a cheap and reliable …

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why does Russia need to save face?

Since the invasion of Ukraine on 24and In February, Russia faced international condemnation, isolation and scathing sanctions from the West. After weeks of national resistance and resilience demonstrated by the beleaguered people of Ukraine, Russia now needs a face-saving option. Russian President Vladimir Putin miscalculated the adventure of attacking Ukraine …

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Prices of milk and dairy products in BiH will increase – Sarajevo Times

The milk and dairy industry will face an increase in the prices of raw materials, feed, cereals and all that is necessary for production, which will certainly affect the final price of the products, which is why competent government institutions should facilitate business in this strategic branch, said the president …

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Time for EU-Turkey Customs Union 2.0

When Chairman of the Board of the German-Turkish Chamber of Commerce and Industry Markus C. Slevogt answered a question during a panel discussion in Ankara last week, he didn’t mince words: “Customs Union 2.0? Certainly ! At stake: the official launch of a large-scale survey report on the opinions of …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina plans four more large-scale solar power plants

Two international consortia plan to invest a total of 160 million euros in two solar power plants in the municipality of Sokolac in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). At the same time, the canton of Central Bosnia launched a call for tenders for the concession of two photovoltaic power plants in …

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The Western Balkans cling to coal [Gas in Transition]

Summary With vested interests, coal remains the dominant energy source in the Western Balkan region. [Gas in Transition, Volume 2, Issue 2] by: Tim Gosling Tensions have increased in recent months in the Western Balkans; the result of longstanding challenges including political instability, nationalism, corruption and geopolitical competition. It is …

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Developing countries are taking action for the climate

Wed, Mar 9, 2022 12:00 AM Last updated on: Wed, Mar 9, 2022 12:00 AM The member states of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) have created their own funds to combat the impacts of climate change. Photo: Collected “> The member states of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) have created …

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Will no-fly zones fly over Ukraine

During a recent press conference, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced a plea for the establishment of a ‘no-fly zone’. This suggestion was quickly dissected and dismissed, by commentators and the media. There is, however, an argument to be made that in the face of the massive invasion of …

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Opinion: Ending Russian aggression means stopping them from afar

It finally happened. After months of immobility, Russia spear an invasion of Ukraine on Wednesday, sending missiles into airports, defense installations and towns across the country. “Russia bears sole responsibility for the death and destruction this attack will cause, and the United States and our allies and partners will respond …

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How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Challenges America as a Superpower

Russia has violated Ukraine’s sovereignty and international law. The US response has been economic: sanctions against Russia that are the largest ever and yet, at the same time, are unlikely to change the form of Russian President Vladimir’s aggression Putin. So how should we view the United States as a …

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IF PUTIN WANTS TO “DENAZIFY” SOMETHING, HE HAS MISSED THE TARGET

When US and European officials warned a few weeks ago of possible military action on Ukrainian territory, the majority of public opinion was appalled, even though the Russian army is on the edge of the border. Ukrainian since March 2021. When, a week ago, Russia officially recognized the self-proclaimed Donetsk …

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Croatia stand firm against Ukraine

OpenClipart-Vectors/Pixabay ZAGREB, February 25, 2022 – Parliamentary groups on Friday unanimously supported the adoption of a statement on Ukraine by the Sabor which condemns in the strongest terms Russia’s unprovoked aggression against sovereignty, the territorial integrity and independence of Ukraine with the message “Croatia stands firm with you”. Hardly anyone …

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How many people of Croatian origin live outside of Croatia?

(Photo credit: Ivan Vukovic/ www.instagram.com/dubrovnik_tourist_guide) Croatia has one of the largest diasporas in the world relative to the country’s population size with Croatian communities all over the world. To find out how many people of Croatian descent live abroad, where they are mostly located and what might help bring them …

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The case of normalization with Syria

This World Cup should be set in stone as a reminder of the failure of our collective consciousness where some lives were deemed more important than others. The FIFA World Cup, due to be held in Qatar in December, will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of 2022. It is …

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Russia, Ukraine and Biden Speech News: Live Updates

Western allies have seeded Ukraine and companies operating there with more than $48 billion in bilateral and multilateral economic support as Russia steps up its threats.Credit…Brendan Hoffman for The New York Times Major US and European companies operating on the ground in Ukraine said on Friday they had contingency plans …

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WHO warns of Omicron ‘tidal wave’ in Eastern Europe

The WHO’s European office has called for increased vaccination efforts in Eastern Europe, warning that the “tidal wave” of Omicron was heading east. World Health Organization regional director Hans Kluge noted that in the past two weeks, Covid-19 cases have more than doubled in six countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, …

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Labor backs ‘extremely tough’ sanctions on Russia – LabourList

Sunday morning yvette cooperLabor’s Home Secretary, reiterated the need for a “strong and united response” to Ukraine and “extremely strong, swift and severe” sanctions against Russia. On the Ukrainian crisis: “We need a very strong and united response to this Russian belligerence. This is extremely serious and no one should …

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North Macedonia to allow more capacity for rooftop solar power systems

North Macedonia has spent less than 120 million euros to mitigate the effects of the energy crisis, said Economy Minister Kreshnik Bekteshi. He revealed that the government was set to change the rules to allow more capacity for rooftop photovoltaic systems for households and businesses. There are currently no rotating …

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Rising Geopolitical Tensions Harm Ukraine – MHP CEO

Panic moods over a possible conflict between Russia and Ukraine could have a negative impact on the Ukrainian economy. Foreign investors are beginning to wonder whether they should invest their money in a country “in such a state of hysteria”, said Yuri Kosyuk, chairman of Ukraine’s largest chicken meat producer, …

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Months-long political crisis causes great damage to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s economy – Sarajevo Times

The political crisis that has lasted for months is causing serious damage to the economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is supported by the recent report from credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s, which warns of a possible decline in creditworthiness. It means that bh. the economy was even more …

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Prime Minister meets with a series of world leaders

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang meets with Singaporean President Halimah Yacob, who came to China for the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing, February 5, 2022. . [Photo/Xinhua] Premier Li Keqiang met with a series of foreign guests who were traveling to China …

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There will be no war, but such rhetoric is driving BiH to economic collapse – Sarajevo Times

the economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in recent years had not a stable environment, but the atmosphere has further deteriorated in recent months. The greatest consequences of the rhetoric of war and the invocation of this unfortunate concept are felt primarily by the commercial part of our society. Link …

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A new wave of price hikes is expected in BiH – Sarajevo Times

The total industrial production of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)in December of last year increased by 2% compared to November and is higher by 7.2% compared to December 2020. bad year According to the Statistics Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, growth has been Brandin the production of capital goods, energy, consumer …

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Instead of spending time with corrupt politicians in Bosnia and Herzegovina, I would prefer economic topics – Sarajevo Times

United States (US) diplomat Gabriel Escobar said his state would continue to press for unblocking state authorities. He said this in an interview for the Kosovo Reporters portal, in which he spoke about the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). “Dayton has maintained the peace for 25 years and the …

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The Democratic Party is waging a war campaign against Russia

The Biden administration and the Democratic Party are waging a war campaign against Russia that is bringing the entire world to the brink of World War III. During CNN’s “State of the Union” television interview show, Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey, Democratic chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, …

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The world is facing a new economic storm, what is the fate of BiH? – Sarajevo Time

The world is facing a new economic storm, a serious warning has come from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The IMF forecast is based on the decline of the global economy as a whole, mainly the United States (WE) and China. The pandemic, inflation, supply disruptions on the world market …

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Hong Kong Olympians from different walks of life reflect diversity and highlight national identity

Photo by Sidney Chu: Xinhua Different accents and backgrounds have highlighted the diversity of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) as an international city that should be a bridge for ice sports exchanges in Asia, said the president of the Association of Hong Kong ski Edmond Yue to the …

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German navy chief resigns after controversial statements on Ukraine

Additionally, NATO supports Romania and Bulgaria, imprisoned journalists in Kyrgyzstan and Turkey, and more. The big story: Ukraine criticizes German position on Russian crisis What happened: German Navy Chief Kay-Achim Schoenbach resigned after Kyiv authorities expressed outrage at his remarks on Russia and Ukraine, reports AFP. In an interview on …

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United States calls on Bosnian leaders to end divisive rhetoric and actions

SARAJEVO, Jan 21 (Reuters) – The United States on Friday called on rival ethnic Bosnian leaders to set aside divisive rhetoric that threatens the volatile country’s economy and future, saying Washington was ready to impose more sanctions on those who impede stability. “Talking about war makes it incredibly difficult…to attract …

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Bishkek to host permanent exhibition of Iranian knowledge-based products

TEHRAN – A permanent exhibition of Iranian knowledge-based products will be held in the city of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, in a bid to pave the way for increased cooperation between the two countries. Organized by the Vice Presidency for Science and Technology and the Innovation Fund, the exhibition was held in …

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UAE is becoming a serious geopolitical player, says ex-British army chief

The emergence of the United Arab Emirates as an influential geopolitical player providing stability and security in the region is “good news”, said the former head of the British armed forces. “It’s great that the UAE is starting to become a serious player in the geopolitical arena,” said Sir Nick …

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Telekom Srbija accelerates digital transformation in Serbia

BELGRADE, Serbia, January 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Telekom Srbija, the leading TMT in the Western Balkan region, today announces its efforts to accelerate the digital transformation of the Serbian economy and society, in line with national digitization priorities set out in the Serbian digital diary. In 2022, the company will …

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Record year for taxpayer payments in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Sarajevo Times

At the time of difficult economic, politicalsocial, and the health conditions in our country, the Federation Tax Administration can claim to have been extremely successful. Last year was a banner year for this institution in terms of taxpayer payments, which amount to over 5 billion and 600 million BAM. Given …

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The pandemic in 2022: what is the state of play of COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has reached all regions of the planet, with nearly 300 million recorded cases and 5.5 million deaths. With many asymptomatic cases and uneven intercourse, the actual statistics are likely to be much higher. A year ago, there was a lot of hope and fanfare as the world …

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A voice and an opportunity for all – OpEd – Eurasia Review

IAt the beginning of October 2021, during the Slovenian presidency of the European Union (EU), an EU-Western Balkan countries summit was unsuccessfully organized in Brdo pri Kranju, as part of the EU’s strategic cooperation with the Western Balkans . The summit reaffirmed the words of the Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić …

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Bosnian economic expansion continues in third quarter

Regional today Wednesday, January 5, 2022, 11:45 a.m. The figures Photo by Feng Yu / Shutterstock.com Bosnia and Herzegovina‘s gross domestic product (GDP) grew 8.4% year-on-year in the third quarter of 2021, following an 11.6% increase in the previous quarter, according to data released by the Statistics Agency of Bosnia …

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The four strategic challenges of 2022, by Austin Bay

At the start of 2022, four strategic challenges to the post-WWII international order generate psychological ambiguity – that is, simple human fear – which promotes ethnic and sectarian slaughter and sows gender. bloody “proxy” wars that degenerate into major regional wars. Warning to all who care about planet Earth: when …

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BiH exports increased by BAM five billion in ten years – Sarajevo Times

Same although Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), like many other countries, is still facing the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, the country achieved a significantly better export balance in 2021 than in previous years, reports the Anadolu Agency (AA). According to the Statistical Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, during the period …

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The EU has never been an honest option for us, I believe in the good intentions of the US and UK – Sarajevo Times

Reuf Bajrovic, President of Americaa-European initiative, was intervieweded. He pointed out that the parliamentThursday’s conclusions on increasing electricity, although they are popular among those who are employers and citizens, in some way violate the laws of Bosnia Herzegovina (BH) and the directives of the European Energy Community. “BiH simply does …

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