Some countries do not want the closing declaration of the coming NATO summit in Brussels to mention the Dayton Peace Agreement and Bosnia and Herzegovina’s three constituent peoples but Croatia will not agree to that, President Zoran Milanović said on…
Croatian President Zoran Milanović has stated that Croatia’s public broadcaster HRT “tricked” Zlata Đurđević, who is aspiring for the position of Supreme Court President, during a broadcast on Wednesday evening, by inviting an open critic of Đurđević to its show….
Bosnia and Herzegovina is at the crossroads between the success and failure of its European dream. War and secession are certainly not the way forward, but neither is maintaining the status quo, without implementing reforms agreed with the European Union, writes Dragan Čović.
European Union energy ministers on Friday (11 June) agreed to prolong EU support for some cross-border natural gas projects, despite a push from 11 countries and the European Commission who said such funding should end to comply with climate change goals.