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Ministry Of Education Set To Expand ‘Maharati’ Project For Primary Schools

The Ministry of Education’s Department of Early Education has finalized plans to expand the “Maharati” My Skills project to include primary schools.  This expansion drive will make it the fourth in four years. According to the department, the project has been instrumental in measuring the mathematical and language skills of the students. Bosnia and Herzegovina[...]
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Pakistan And Bosnia Ties Bound To Grow Outgoing Envoy Says

The farewell reception in honor of the outgoing Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Pakistan, H. E. Dr. Nedim Makarevic organized by the Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies and the Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development (COMSATS) was an emotional event. Also in attendance to bid their colleague farewell was a large[...]
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Boosting Of Agriculture In Bosnia And Herzegovina By A Turkish Agency

Different nations have declared interest in Bosnia and Herzegovina for different reasons. For Turkey, it is the expansion of trade volume says Ahmet Esref Fakibaba of the Food, Agriculture and Livestock. The remark came during Fakibaba’s visit to Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo in October 2017. “Increasing the trade volume between the two countries is among our[...]
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Kosovo’s Recognition May Be Considered By Bosnia And Herzegovina

Ibrahim Gashi, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs recently paid an informal visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina. During his visit, he received assurance from Kosovo’s document will soon be recognized by Bosnia. Kosovo can only trade with Bosnia if the latter recognizes its documents. “They are aware that this issue at this time is more[...]
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Territorial Integrity Of Bosnia And Herzegovina Supported By Moscow

The Dayton Agreement ended the nearly three years of war (1992 to 1995) in Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the terms of the agreement was territorial integrity. Speaking on the issue, Pyotr Ivantsov, the Russian ambassador to the Balkans said Russia is in support of Bosnia’s territorial integrity. “We have signed the Dayton Agreement[...]
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Reliable Sources Saying Russia’s Next Move Might Be Bosnia And Herzegovina

After many years of violence, peace has finally returned to the Balkans – and has lasted more than a decade. Many of the Western Balkan nations have resuscitated their drive to join the European Union (EU). Russia is desperately working hard to keep the region neutral, i.e. outside the EU-NATO stronghold. A reliable source made[...]
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