Valentin Inzko

Inzko says Bosnia must implement Sejdic-Finci ruling in 2017

At the end of 2016 Bosnia and Herzegovina has reason for optimism as well as for concern because of the challenges that lie ahead, however, obligations that have been assumed must be met and politicians must stop looking for excuses for the lack of necessary progress, the international community's High Representative in the country, Valentin Inzko, said on Thursday.

Dodik insults Inzko, threatens to expel foreign judges

The President of the Bosnian Serb entity of Republika Srpska (RS), Milorad Dodik, on Monday again strongly criticised representatives of the international community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, saying that they were encouraging pressure on local Serbs and threatening their rights.

Inzko says negative trend from RS threaten BiH

The survival and stability of Bosnia and Herzegovina are threatened by negative trends that started in the Republika Srpska (RS) and now appear to have spilled over to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH), the international community's High Representative, Valentin Inzko, said on Sunday in a special statement on the 21st anniversary of the Dayton Peace Agreement

Inzko says Bosnian Serb authorities undermining Bosnia's sovereignty

The international community's High Representative to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Valentin Inzko, says in a report presented to the UN Security Council on Tuesday that the authorities of Republika Srpska (RS), the Bosnian Serb entity, undermine BiH's sovereignty and pose a direct threat to peace and security, and called for action against those breaching the Dayton peace agreement.

Inzko says announcement of Bosnia's dissolution empty threats

The international community's High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Valentin Inzko has described as "an empty threat" the announcement of the dissolution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, alluding to Bosnian Serb entity president Milorad Dodik's statements, and added that the international community had mechanisms to ensure the respect of the Dayton Accord.

Inzko presents report on Bosnia and Herzegovina to UN Security Council

The Austrian diplomat says that Bosnia and Herzegovina is being prevented from activating its path to NATO membership because authorities in RS refuse to cooperate in fulfilling prerequisites such as the registration of military property.

Inzko: Dayton Agreement must be changed, politicians must prove they support reforms in Bosnia

"Constitutional changes will come when Bosnia is ready. They will be adopted through the amendment procedure contained in the constitution, which requires the agreement of all of the three largest ethnic groups in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Inzko says Bosnia's progress possible only by honouring Dayton peace agreement

“we need to raise our expectations and once again see the kind of concrete results and the positive momentum that we saw in the first decade of the peace process,”