Latest from Bosnia and Herzegovina: "Fostering Progress: Recent Developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina"

Latest from Bosnia and Herzegovina: "Fostering Progress: Recent Developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina"


Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Shows Fiscal Responsibility: In the first two months of 2024, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina reported total revenues of 794 million KM. Despite this, it managed to settle debts from the previous year amounting to 1.096 billion KM. This indicates a responsible approach towards public debt management, as the Federation used its own resources to pay off over 300 million KM in obligations without taking on new loans.

Regional Conference Promotes Minority Rights in Sarajevo: A regional conference focusing on cooperation regarding issues concerning national minorities took place yesterday and today in Sarajevo. The conference aimed to promote the rights of national minorities and foster engagement and support from various sectors of society. Its goal was to lay the groundwork for regional collaboration in protecting the rights of national minorities.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Strengthen Bilateral Ties with Hungary: Bosnia and Herzegovina's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Elmedin Konaković, met today in Budapest with Hungary's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó. During the meeting, they highlighted the extensive and issue-free bilateral cooperation between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Hungary. CE Reported used FENA.NEWS for this article


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