Bosnia Economy

Factsheet: Strengthening social and health protection in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Bosnia and Herzegovina

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected all countries and global markets. In Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), disjointed health and political systems have not been able to adequately cope with the pandemic. COVID-19 has significantly slowed expected economic growth, disrupting the incomes and earnings of many people in Bosnia and Herzegovina …

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Anti-graft performance as an eye revealer

It was painful to watch even if it was wrong. For an entire day, a young man wearing a white mask sat at the most frequent spot in Sarajevo’s largest shopping mall and shredded counterfeit 200 convertible mark (US $ 125) bills. Shredding money as an illustration of corruption. (Photo: …

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What is the $ 1.2 trillion independent economy?

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Bosnian-Turkish relations are ‘rich’, says foreign minister

Belgrade, Serbia The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina described relations with Turkey as “rich, intensive and constantly improving”. Bisera Turkovic met her Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in the capital Sarajevo on Wednesday. Addressing a joint press conference after the meeting, Turkovic thanked Turkey for helping Bosnia and …

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Another ‘non-paper’ shakes Kosovo and Serbian leaders

Another day, another “non-paper” in the Western Balkans. Hardly had the dust settled on a diplomatic dispute between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia over the content of a “non-paper” allegedly sent by Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša to European Council President Charles Michel describing the in-depth redistribution of borders in …

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EU efforts to repatriate Afghan asylum seekers dangerous | Refugees

Currently, there are approximately 2.6 million registered Afghan refugees worldwide. In 2020, Afghan refugees were the second largest group of asylum seekers in continental Europe, having fled Afghanistan for a variety of reasons including persecution, conflict, economic hardship and climate-induced displacement. Each person has a different reason, in many cases …

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