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How to Build a Positive Business Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Ambassador Maureen Cormack met with members of the American Chamber of Commerce in BiH, and discussed with them challenges and potential solutions to build a positive business environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She stressed that new laws and improved procedures are important to improve the business climate, but one thing above all else was needed: ...
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Ambassador Cormack Visits Srebrenica and Potocari

The U.S. is committed to helping Srebrenica, noted Ambassador Maureen Cormack during her first visit to Srebrenica and Potocari on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.  “One of my  highest priorities in the  first weeks in Bosnia and Herzegovina was to come here and pay respects to the victims of genocide and all the innocent victims” said ...
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“Youth, Art and Activism” in BiH

“Youth, Art, Activism” is a project which will be implemented throughout the BiH over the course of next nine months. Using street art, graffiti, hip-hop and art in general, young people from whole country will be advocating for changes of public policy measures in BiH. As part of this project, a world renowned graffiti artist ...
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Ambassador Cormack Visits Mostar and Trebinje

On her first trip to Herzegovina, Ambassador Cormack visited Mostar and Trebinje. In addition to meeting officials from both cities, the Ambassador was delighted to visit Intera Technology Park and learn more about entrepreneurship efforts among young people in Mostar. While in Trebinje, she visited several local businesses and stressed the need for creating a ...
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Soldiers from AFBiH One Step Closer to U.S. Army Ranger School

Having successfully competed in a grueling National Selection process, three of the eleven soldiers remaining will likely be the first from Bosnia and Herzegovina to attend the prestigious United States Army Ranger School in April at Fort Benning, Georgia, according to the US Office of Defense Cooperation. Twenty-six soldiers from across the Armed Forces of ...
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