Latest news from Bosnia and Herzegovina: International Urgency and Economic Momentum

Latest news from Bosnia and Herzegovina: International Urgency and Economic Momentum


Italy and Austria Call for Action in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Italy, Antonio Tajani, and Federal Minister for European and International Affairs of Austria, Alexander Schallenberg, urge immediate action in Bosnia and Herzegovina, acknowledging progress but highlighting the need for more work.

Increase in Tax Revenues in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Indirect tax revenues for the first two months of this year reached 1.757 billion KM, showing a significant increase of 11.9% compared to the same period in 2023, signaling economic growth.

Disruption in Federal Parliament Session: The tenth regular session of the Representative House of the Federal Parliament was interrupted before the agenda could be adopted, raising questions about the legislative process.

Albanian President Expresses Concern Over Security in the Region: Albanian President Bajram Begaj voices concern about regional security following a terrorist attack in the village of Banjska in northern Kosovo, emphasizing the fragility of stability in the area. CE Report quoting FENA.NEWS


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