Bosnia-Herzegovina


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Synonyms for Bosnia-Herzegovina

a mountainous republic of south-central Europe

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Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu stressed that the talks he had in Belgrade with his counterparts from Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina were open, focusing on the economic cooperation.
But, depending from which 'national' group and political party the minister came, post holders had the ability to undermine support for state-level cultural institutions that represented Bosnia-Herzegovina as a whole.
Target business opportunities and risks in Bosnia-Herzegovina's telecoms sector through our reviews of latest industry trends, regulatory changes and major deals, projects and investments in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The Grocery Retailers in Bosnia-Herzegovina market research report includes:
It holds one of the most important collections of Islamic manuscripts in Bosnia-Herzegovina, including many originally donated by Gazi Husrev-beg, the 16th century Ottoman governor of Bosnia after whom the library is named.
Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and their neighboring countries continue to be promising markets for Sika.
He will also have talks with his Cyprus counterpart, Marcos Kyprianou, focusing on bilateral relations, relations between Bosnia-Herzegovina and the EU along with the Cyprus problem.
The July 1995 massacre and murder of 8000 Bosnian men and boys in the eastern Bosnian city of Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina, continues to be a stain on humanity as more than 70 major mass graves have been located in Bosnia-Herzegovina containing civilians killed during the worst war crimes in Europe since the days of World War 2.
Among the guests were the ministers of defense, foreign affairs, and security as well as the Commandant, NATO Headquarters (HQ) Sarajevo, and the Norwegian ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH).
The Government of Canada announced the end of Canadian Forces deployments in Bosnia-Herzegovina with the close-out of Operation BRONZE and the return of the deployed team, Task Force Balkans, to Canada on March 29.
Following the bloody conflict between Bosnia's Muslims, Serbs and Croats in the 1990s, an agreement was eventually reached dividing Bosnia-Herzegovina into two separate political entities.
SPAIN joined a select group of teams to record a perfect World Cup qualifying record, making it 10 wins out of 10 in Group Five with a crushing victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina in Zenica.
3pm); Bosnia-Herzegovina v Iceland at Richmond Park, Carmarthen (3pm).
Dear Editor, Bosnia-Herzegovina retains many of the same types and even individuals who carried out grotesque levels of human rights abuses and war crimes in the 1990s.
Should Bosnia-Herzegovina beat Estonia in their next match, they will secure second place in the group and leave Turkey stranded in the World Cup wilderness.