The readiness of some political actors in Bosnia and Herzegovina to question and challenge the 1995 peace accord, including new attempts to undermine the sovereignty and authority of the State and its institutions, continues to cast a shadow over positive efforts to advance economic and social reforms, the United Nations Security Council was told today.
Direct talks between Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on a number of outstanding issues, including the official name of the latter, will resume next week, the United Nations envoy spearheading the effort has announced.
Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have agreed to hold a fresh round of direct talks next month over the official name of the latter country and related issues following consultations by a United Nations envoy in the two capitals this week.
A United Nations envoy today met with officials from the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia today to discuss the official name of the country and related issues.
Representatives of Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia met today in another round of United Nations-led talks over the question of the official name of the latter country and related issues.
The International Criminal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) today welcomed the arrest in Russia of Dragan Zelenovic, a Bosnian Serb military police sub-commander who has been accused of major crimes, including individual cases of rape, organizing and taking part in gang rape and removing women to locations to be sexually assaulted and tortured.