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Bosnia and Herzegovina Faces Growing Trade Deficit in 2023

The Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina has released the 2023 foreign trade analysis, revealing a substantial trade deficit as the country navigated...

Tourist Numbers Rise in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina welcomed 285,986 tourists in the first quarter, marking a 2.5% increase compared to the same period last year, the BiH Statistics...

BiH and Italy Sign Historic Pact on Mutual Recognition of Driver’s Licences

In a landmark agreement that promises practical benefits for citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Italy, the two nations have signed a pact...

Bingo City Center Ilidža Reopens After €5.1 Million Revamp

In a notable development for Bosnia and Herzegovina's retail landscape, the Bingo City Center Ilidža officially opened today after comprehensive renovations. The suburb of...

UNDP Backs Launch of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s First Interactive Solar Atlas

In a significant move towards renewable energy, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Bosnia and Herzegovina has facilitated the launch of the country's...

BiH Dairy Exports Experience Creamy Surge

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has churned out a robust performance in its dairy sector, with milk and milk product exports swelling to 131 million...

Empowering Women and Preserving Heritage Through a Cultural Tourism Initiative

Women from Loznica, Sremska Mitrovica, Inđija, Ruma, and Šid, in a collaboration between NALED and Etno mreža, visited Tuzla and Sarajevo to explore the...

Ryanair Begins Sarajevo Flights, Boosting Bosnia’s Air Connectivity

Ryanair has marked a significant milestone by inaugurating its first-ever flights to Sarajevo, thereby expanding its presence in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the capital...

By Armin Zeba, Journalist

Chimney in the Lungs

According to research conducted by the World Health Organization and other institutions of global importance, Bosnia & Herzegovina is Europe’s most polluted country, while...

Bosnia Greenlights Balkans’ Largest Solar Park in €50M Hungarian Investment

In a notable stride towards green energy in the Balkans, Marko Kubatlija, the interim chief of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Agency for the Improvement of...
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