NATO expressed concern over political situation in Bosnia

A delegation of the NATO parliamentary assembly, led by Lord Michael Jopling, has expressed their concern about the political situation in Bosnia, which has been unable to form a new government more than one year after general elections were held.

Lord Jopling told a press conference in Sarajevo yesterday that the delegation was concerned by the fact that Bosnia has not got a new government after the delegation met separately with members of the country’s presidency, parliament, and interim government.

He added that NATO members had been waiting for a long time for Bosnia and Herzegovina to meet the requirements for the implementation of the alliance’s membership action plan.

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