BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

14,961

Total Cases

453

Total Deaths

8,827

Total Recovered

5,681

Total Active Cases

+6

New Deaths

+253

New Cases


via sarajevotimes08/11/2020

Funeral held for Mother of Three who died of Coronavirus - Sarajevo Times

Belma Soljanin, an activist by whose death numerous persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina were shocked, was buried today at the Vlakovo city cemetery in Sarajevo. A mother of three died from the effects of the coronavirus, a few days after giving birth to the boy. The pain, sorrow, and tears […]

via sarajevotimes08/11/2020

President of the Crisis Staff of the Sarajevo Canton on the Vacation amid Coronavirus Pandemic - Sarajevo Times

“Our Party” is demanding the removal of Aida Pilav, the president of the Crisis Staff of the Sarajevo Canton, who took a vacation in the midst of the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club of Our Party in the Assembly of the […]

via sarajevotimes08/11/2020

Ban on Smoking in closed and open Spaces in Bosnia and Herzegovina during Coronavirus Pandemic? - Sarajevo Times

The PROI Association and the “Partnership for Bosnia and Herzegovina without Tobacco Smoke” appealed to the authorities in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) to take urgent measures to adopt legislation on tobacco control, in order to prevent, as reported, fatal outcomes caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The appeal […]

via sarajevotimes08/11/2020

Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina meets with Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi - Sarajevo Times

  Security Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina Selmo Cikotic spoke by phone with Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi on Monday informing him about the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the migrant crisis as a security challenge it is facing, and the measures that our country is taking in the fight […]


via sarajevotimes08/09/2020

Number of Infected with Coronavirus in Bosnia and Herzegovina is 5.5. Higher than in the EU - Sarajevo Times

Next week, the European Union will reconsider its decision to restrict travel to third countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, within member states. Many items are taken into account in this process, and priority is given to the epidemiological situation and protection measures, including physical distance, as well as economic and […]

via sarajevotimes08/09/2020

65 Positive Cases of Coronavirus recorded in Sarajevo - Sarajevo Times

  In the past 24 hours, 379 samples for the presence of coronavirus were tested at the Clinical Center of the University of Sarajevo, and 78 were positive. As confirmed by KCUS, there are 65 positive ones in Sarajevo, six in Travnik and Tesanj, and one in Vitez. There are […]

via sarajevotimes08/07/2020

Nine Deaths recorded in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Only One Day - Sarajevo Times

In the past 24 hours, nine deaths and 282 new infections were registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A total of 759 samples were tested in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, of which 198 were positive for coronavirus. New cases have been registered in Una-Sana, Central Bosnia, Tuzla, Zenica-Doboj, Herzegovina-Neretva, […]

via sarajevotimes08/11/2020

Total of 14708 Cases of Coronavirus Infection have been confirmed in Bosnia and Herzegovina so far - Sarajevo Times

According to the review of the epidemiological situation submitted by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a total of 14,708 cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Bosnia and Herzegovina so far, and 154,476 people have been tested. A total of 447 patients died, while the […]

via sarajevotimes08/11/2020

President of the Crisis Staff of the Sarajevo Canton Aida Pilav on the Vacation amid Coronavirus Pandemic - Sarajevo Times

“Our Party” is demanding the removal of Aida Pilav, the president of the Crisis Staff of the Sarajevo Canton, who took a vacation in the midst of the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club of Our Party in the Assembly of the […]


via sarajevotimes08/10/2020

Arsenijevic: In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the greater Focus is on work of Cafes than Schools - Sarajevo Times

“In Bosnia and Herzegovina, there is a greater focus on working of cafes than schools,” said Damir Arsenijevic, a full-time professor of Anglo-American literary and cultural studies at the University of Tuzla. In an interview with Radio Free Europe, Arsenijevic, who is also a psychoanalyst in training at the Lacanian […]

via infomigrants.net08/10/2020

Migrant flows rise on Balkan migrant route - InfoMigrants

News and incidents reported recently in Balkan nations seem to show that the Balkan migrant route is once more crowded despite the COVID-19 crisis. Countries in the region are seeing a significant resumption of refugee and migrant flows from the Middle East and Central Asia.

via sarajevotimes08/09/2020

Fifty Citizens of BiH were not allowed on the Plane to Sarajevo, Eurowings demanded a Coronavirus Test - Sarajevo Times

An unpleasant situation happened on Saturday at the airport in Stuttgart when the company Eurowings banned 50 citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina from boarding in a plane to Sarajevo. This was confirmed for Klix.ba by Ernad Comaga with an address in Frankfurt, who was at the airport in Stuttgart at […]

via sarajevotimes08/08/2020

Statistics: Number of infected, dead and recovered Persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo Times

The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bosnia and Herzegovina is 13,687, and the number of recovered persons is 7,373, according to the data of the Ministry of Civil Affairs of BiH to date. According to these data, 148,090 people were tested in BiH, while the number of […]

via sarajevotimes08/07/2020

EU allocates 3.7 Million BAM to alleviate Negative Effects of COVID-19 on Agri-food Sector in BiH - Sarajevo Times

  The preliminary list of beneficiaries who fulfilled criteria of the European Union project’s public call for investments to alleviate negative effect of COVID-19 unto the agri-food sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina was published yesterday. The public call was announced on 18 May and closed on 8 June 2020. A […]


via sarajevotimes08/11/2020

Finland to introduce a Mandatory 14-day Home Quarantine for Travellers from Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo Times

Finland will introduce a mandatory 14-day home quarantine for all who come to the country from high-risk countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, it was announced on the official Twitter account of the Finnish Embassy in Zagreb, Klix.ba news portal reports. “Mandatory coronavirus testing will also be introduced,” the […]

via emerging-europe08/11/2020

Hungarian Covid-19 research project gets Horizon 2020 funding - Emerging Europe

On the day that Russia said a locally developed vaccine for Covid-19 had been given regulatory approval after less than two months of testing on humans, the European Commission announced that it will support 23 new research projects with 128 million euros in emergency funding. The money is part of Horizon 2020, the EU’s research […]

via sarajevotimes08/10/2020

Will the Death of a Young Mother from Sarajevo finally wake up the irresponsible ones? - Sarajevo Times

The death of thirty-seven years old Belma Soljanin, a young mother of three children from Sarajevo who was infected with coronavirus, shocked many who did not know her. Too many young people have died since the onset of the coronavirus epidemic, and especially during the summer and it is high time […]

via sarajevotimes08/10/2020

EUFOR Annual Quick Response Exercise to commence in August all around Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo Times

  Lieutenant General Olivier Rittimann, the EUFOR Operation Commander, has given the green light for exercise Quick Response 2020 in June this year. The decision has been made after visiting EUFOR at Butmir witnessing first-hand the preparations and safety measures generated to make the exercise as safe and effective as […]

via sarajevotimes08/09/2020

Ten Percent less Revenues from Indirect Taxes in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo Times

Revenues from indirect taxes for the seven months of this year amounted to four billion 121 million BAM, which is 437 million BAM or 9.6 percent less compared to the same period last year, said the spokesman of the Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina Ratko Kovacevic, adding there […]

via sarajevotimes08/08/2020

World Bank provides 123 Million Euros for Navigability and Flood Protection in Sava and Drina Rivers - Sarajevo Times

    A new Sava and Drina Rivers Corridors Integrated Development Program (SDIP) supported by the World Bank will strengthen transboundary water cooperation and improve navigability and flood protection in the Sava and Drina Rivers Corridors. Phase one of the program providing EUR 123.2 million (US$134 million equivalent) of financing […]