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Synonyms for Bosnia and Herzegovina

a mountainous republic of south-central Europe

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Some stories stress violence and war (especially those of Sroan Papic), but more do not; love and sex dominate in the stories from Bosnia and Hercegovina.
Few people think of Bosnia and Hercegovina as a land of pristine wilderness in the heart of the Dinaric Alps, but the clash of Mediterranean and alpine climates has created one the most magnificent ecosystems in all of Europe.
The republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina was one of six republics of Yugoslavia, designed as a state for all the South Slavs, With Yugoslavia's disintegration and the aggressive ambitions of Greater Serbian nationalists, four out of the six republics faced potentially dangerous nationality issues.
'To date Bosnia and Hercegovina has not appointed a National Contact Point (NCP) for cooperation with EUROPOL.
Branka Turkic, an artist from Bosnia and Hercegovina, said the most important goal in such events is that it helps in developing connections through art.
The Barry-born 25-year-old centre back has already earned a full cap for his country after coming on as a 78th minute substitute in a friendly against Bosnia and Hercegovina in Llanelli on August 15 last year.
The European Investment Bank announced on June 11 that it was lending Euro 40 million to the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina, to modernise parts of the country's rail network.
The Workshop has been opened by Samir Rizvo, Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Amer Kapetanovic, Head of the RCC Political Department, and Nedzad Korajlic, Dean of the Faculty for Criminalistics, Criminology and Security Studies at Sarajevo University.
A Swedish official however said that it was time for a "fresh look" at this question, and that the Commission would be asked to consider it.Bosnia and Hercegovina.On 8 March, in another Balkan development, External Relations Commissioner Chris Patten backed up the previous day's decision by Wolfgang Petritch, the High Representative of the international community in Bosnia and Hercegovina, to ban Ante Jelavic from political office (see European Report No 2574).
High Representative Inzko also congratulated the BiH Council of Ministers Chairman Denis Zvizdic, DEI Director Edin Dilberovic and Head of the EU Delegation and EUSR Lars-Gunnar Wigemark on this special day for Bosnia and Hercegovina, stated the OHR.
The Swedish Presidency of the European Union issued a statement on 16 February expressing concern about the slow implementation of election result in Bosnia and Hercegovina. The statement called on the parties to respect the results and expressing its support for the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).