|17 Jan. 2023||
NATO and Bosnia and Herzegovina strengthen science and technology cooperationExperts from the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme met with representatives of the scientific community of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo on Tuesday (17 January 2023). Officials and researchers from leading universities across the country gathered and exchanged views on further opportunities for cooperation, at an “SPS Information Day” held at the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
|16 Jan. 2023||
NATO Secretary General meets with Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and HerzegovinaSecretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Denis Bećirović, member of the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to NATO Headquarters on Monday (16 January 2023). Mr. Stoltenberg stressed that the stability of the whole region of the Western Balkans is of strategic importance to the Alliance, as mentioned in the Strategic Concept adopted at the Madrid Summit. He encouraged Bosnia and Herzegovina’s leadership to continue focusing on reforms for the benefit of the whole country and to preserve multi-ethnic institutions at all levels.
|19 Dec. 2022||
Coronavirus response: NATO continues to support Bosnia and Herzegovina through delivery of protective equipmentOn 15 December 2022, the Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Ankica Gudeljevic and NATO Commander in Sarajevo, Brigadier General Pamela McGaha, presided over a ceremony for the delivery of personal protective equipment to the authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, through NATO’s Pandemic Response Trust Fund.
|14 Nov. 2022||
NATO strengthens political dialogue with Serbia and Bosnia and HerzegovinaNATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy Javier Colomina completed a trip to Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Serbia, he met the First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic and the Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, he held talks with the Chairman of the Presidency Sefik Dzaferovic, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Josip Brkic, and the Assistant Minister for International Cooperation at the Ministry of Defence Zoran Sainovic.
|20 Jul. 2022||
The Chair of the NATO Military Committee discusses regional security while in Bosnia and HerzegovinaOn 19-20 July 2022, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer visited Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he met with members of the Presidency, the Minister of Defence, Mr Sifet Podzic and the Chief of Defence, Lieutenant General Senad Mašović. He also visited the Tactical Support Brigade HQ, the Intelligence-Security Agency and the NATO Headquarters Sarajevo.
|25 May. 2022||
NATO Secretary General meets with the Chair of the Tri-Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sefik DžaferovićThe NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that political dialogue and practical cooperation with Bosnia and Herzegovina “are more important than ever, with Russia’s brutal war in Ukraine and its malign influence across the region”. Speaking after a meeting with the Chair of the Tri-Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sefik Džaferović at NATO Headquarters on Wednesday, 25 May 2022, Mr. Stoltenberg stressed that NATO strongly supports Bosnia and Herzegovina’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and “remains committed to its Euro-Atlantic aspirations, for the benefit of all your people.”
|07 Apr. 2022||
NATO Allies agree to further strengthen and sustain support for UkraineNATO Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels this week (6-7 April 2022) agreed to sustain and further strengthen support for Ukraine, and step up cooperation with partners, given the global implications of President Putin’s unprovoked war on Ukraine.
|01 Feb. 2022||
Coronavirus Response: NATO donates ventilators to Bosnia and HerzegovinaOn 24 January 2022, Bosnia and Herzegovina received 30 ventilators from NATO’s Pandemic Response Stockpile to help reinforce the country’s health care facilities in response to coronavirus infections. NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre and Hungary coordinated this donation.
|08 Dec. 2021||
NATO reaffirms its commitment to Bosnia and Herzegovina at change of command ceremonyOn 7 December 2021, a change of command ceremony from Brigadier General Eric Folkestad (US Army) to Brigadier General Pamela McGaha (US Army) at the helm of NATO Headquarters Sarajevo took place in Sarajevo, at the Army Hall of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
|17 Nov. 2021||
Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina enhance their operational standards through training equipment donated by the United KingdomOn 16 November 2021, a public ceremony was held at the Combat Training Center in Manjača (Bosnia and Herzegovina) to mark the donation of training equipment – including automated targets for live shooting, an urban combat training mobile village, and smart video surveillance - by the United Kingdom to the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina.