Sarajevo

Sarajevo public transport company forced to sell trams to cover debt

The Sarajevo public transport company whose acronym is GRAS is facing the downsizing of its fleet by 36 vehicles that are likely to be put on sale at a public auction scheduled for Wednesday, in a...

3 parties against Sarajevo University decision on no lectures on Friday afternoon

Three left-leaning political parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Thursday strongly criticised the decision by the Sarajevo University Senate that no lectures would be given during Jumu'ah, a...

Four indicted for JNA soldiers' execution in Sarajevo in 1992

The Bosnia and Herzegovina State Prosecutor's Office on Thursday issued an indictment against four persons for the murder of eight Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) prisoners of war in Sarajevo in...

Suffocating Sarajevo orders alternating traffic to combat pollution

Air pollution in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo has gone far beyond critical in recent days, prompting an emergency committee to ban half of the city's cars from the roads, the daily Avaz reported...

EBRD grants loans to Bosnia for Corridor Vc motorway, Brcko port

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has granted a fresh loan of EUR 76 million for the construction of additional sections of the Corridor Vc motorway through Bosnia and...

Sarajevo preparing alcohol-free outdoor NYE party

The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is making preparations for a splendid open-air New Year Eve party to usher in 2017, however, discussions on a ban on alcoholic beverages in the square that...

CEI summit in Sarajevo urges concerted action in addressing migrant crisis

Central and eastern European countries that are part of the Central European Initiative (CEI), a regional intergovernmental forum committed to supporting European integration, would like to...

Two ex-Bosnian Army soldiers arrested on suspicion of war crimes in Sarajevo

Two former Bosnia and Herzegovina Army soldiers were arrested in Sarajevo on Wednesday on suspicion of committing war crimes in Sarajevo in 1993.

120 Bosnian nationals fighting in Syria, Iraq

In the past six months, departures of nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina wishing to fight in Syria and Iraq have completely stopped, but there are still around 120 Bosnia and Herzegovina citizens...

Survival of EU project key to peace and stability

A European future for southeast Europe is of key significance for stability and the preservation of peace and for the destiny of countries in that region, according to the opinions expressed by ...

Lajcak: Bosnia and Herzegovina has prospect of EU membership

The EU enlargement process continues to have staunch advocates among the member-countries and it will continue despite existing problems, and Bosnia and Herzegovina is among countries that have a...

Minister's not going to Sarajevo unrelated to current events in Bosnia

The Croatian Defence Ministry said on Monday that Minister Damir Krsticevic would not attend a meeting of his Central European counterparts in Sarajevo and that this had nothing to do with current...

Croatian ambassador in Sarajevo visits arrested ex-HVO members

Croatia's ambassador in Sarajevo on Tuesday visited the former members of the HVO Bosnian Croat forces suspected of war crimes against Serbs, saying that Croatia's next steps depended on whether...

Plenkovic's meetings in Sarajevo reflect understanding and desire for greater cooperation

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Friday pledged support for efforts for achieving full equality of Bosnia and Herzegovina's peoples and citizens, Sarajevo Archbishop Cardinal Vinko Puljic said...

Croatia Airlines celebrates 20 years of flights to Sarajevo

Croatia's national air carrier, Croatia Airlines on Wednesday celebrated 20 years of Zagreb - Sarajevo flights with the airline's CEO Kresimir Kucko announcing the airline's stronger presence in...