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EU meeting about BH postponed

24. January 2011. | 08:10

Source: BH Daily News

Foreign ministers of the Council of the EU will not discuss a new plan for BH on January 31, as media were announcing for months.

Foreign ministers of the Council of the EU will not discuss a new plan for BH on January 31, as media were announcing for months.

Sources in Brussels have reported that a decision about postponement was reached in order to achieve a higher level of agreement about a future mechanism for increased presence of the EU in BH.

High Representative Valentin Inzko will be in a meeting with the EU’s foreign affairs commissioner Catherine Ashton in Brussels on January 25. It seems that the issue of expanding powers and the role of the EU’s new representative in Sarajevo is causing the most debate.

Some member countries, most of all the UK, are reportedly insisting on a mechanisms for financial and other sanctions aimed at those politicians who hinder BH’s progress towards EU membership.

In any case, is has become almost certain by now that the future head of the EU Delegation in BH would succeed HR Inzko. Sweden’s foreign minister Carl Bildt will be in Sarajevo next week for an informal work visit.


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