Mladen Ivanic

Ivanic: Trump's election won't impact US policy on Bosnia

Bosnian Presidency Chairman Mladen Ivanic said on Monday that Donald Trump's election as US president would have no impact on the Balkans or Bosnia and Herzegovina because the US policy on this region had not changed for years, adding that crucial were the relations with the European Union.

EU rep in Bosnia says Serb entity referendum unnecessary

The Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, reiterated on Thursday that a referendum which Bosnian Serb leaders plan to hold on Sunday was unnecessary and called for defusing the tensions and avoiding incendiary rhetoric.

Banja Luka-based association marks Jadovno Remembrance Day

A Banja Luka-based association of descendants of the victims of the World War II, Ustasha-run death camp Gospic-Jadovno-Pag, on Saturday organised a commemoration for the camp's victims. Attending the event  was also the Serb member of Bosnia and Herzegovina's collective Presidency,  Mladen Ivanic.

Bosnian Presidency's Serb member still refuses to sign SAA alignment

The Bosnian Presidency's Serb member, Mladen Ivanic, said on Friday he would not give his consent to amendments to the Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Union until the results of a population census, which he called incorrect and unacceptable, were revised.

Bosnian Serb leaders warn of new political crisis because of census

The publication of the results of the population census in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is expected by July 1, might throw the country into a new political crisis, two Bosnian Serb political leaders said in Banja Luka on Thursday.

Bosnian Presidency and visiting Croatian FM hold meeting

Bosnia and Herzegovina's (B-H) presidency and Croatia's Foreign Minister Miro Kovac agreed on Friday in Sarajevo that strengthening friendly relations between the two countries was of mutual interest and a priority, announcing that efforts to reinforce bilateral relations would continue during the new Croatian government's term.