Addressing participants at Saturday’s session of the Igman Initiative, dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords, Ambassador Cormack emphasized that BiH is at a crossroads, with more effort needed to advance towards EU and NATO membership. She called for more decisive engagement in all fields in implementing the Reform Agenda, and noted that corruption represents the biggest obstacle to progress. She also expressed concern about the RS government’s decision to suspend cooperation with state-level judicial and law enforcement agencies. “Some politicians are seeking excuses to underestimate progress and hide corruption and economic failure. They are trying to take advantage of the lack of confidence among the constituent peoples. We urge them to refrain before responding to heightened tensions and to resolve the differences through dialogue,” said Ambassador Cormack. Read here full remarks.