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Bid To Form New Bosnian Government Fails Over Differences On NATO

Bid To Form New Bosnian Government Fails Over Differences On NATO

The members of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s tripartite presidency have again failed to form a new government more than 10 months after a general election.

A meeting on August 20 in Sarajevo between Bosnian Muslim Sefik Dzaferovic, Bosnian Croat Zeljko Komsic, and Bosian Serb Milorad Dodik ended without an agreement on forming the new cabinet because Dodik was against a package that would also include adopting a plan that would move Bosnia closer to becoming a member of NATO.

Bosnia in 2010 joined NATO’s Membership Action Plan (MAP) — a first step toward eventual membership in the alliance…

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