Valentin Inzko

Europa s Parasit Nr. 1:Valentin Inzko: – Inzko from Washington called on politicians in BiH to cooperate

Inzko from Washington called on politicians in BiH to cooperate

Inzko from Washington called on politicians in BiH to cooperate
The International community High representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Valentin Inzko, is in Washington from where he stated that the progress towards the EU remains the main goal of BiH leaders from all ethnic communities.“Recently, we have seen some significant initial steps in that direction but much more needs to be done,“ Inzko sais at a panel discussion in Washington titled „BiH – Towards its European future.“ The panel was hosted by Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the Center for Transatlantic relations.

The office of the High Representative announced that Inzko, in his remarks, outlined the issues that need to be addressed, including the respect for the Dayton Peace Agreement, in particular Annex 4, which is the Constitution.

„Bosnia and Herzegovina is a decentralised country and will remain so, barring constitutional changes agreed to by all ethnic groups. But to say that there is no state of Bosnia and Herzegovina or to deny the authorities of the state in areas like foreign policy and inter-entity law enforcement is false and harmful to reconciliation and future reform,“ emphasised High Representative.

He also highlighted a deterioration in respect for the rule of law as one of the challenges. Inzko said that the Dayton Peace Agreement defines Bosnia and Herzegovina as a state governed by the ‚rule of law‘. Inzko stated that the international community needs to re-engage and re-invigorate efforts to buttress the rule of law, including stronger anti-corruption efforts. This, Inzko emphasized, would help to re-energize the processes of the Euro-Atlantic integration.

„The elected leaders who have declared their commitment to EU integration need to step back from polarised positions and intensively search for compromises needed to adopt the necessary reforms. From the side of the international community, we can and should support all those who demonstrate a true commitment to making BiH a stable, functional and prosperous country, irreversibly integrated into European structures,“ the High Representative concluded.

But, Inzko will have to convince the politicians in BiH that this is the way they must follow if they really want to get a step closer to the EU. The meeting he organized for the beginning of December, as it seems righ now, has already failed because most of the leaders he called to participate, refused to attend.

Inzko called leaders of the parties which make the majority in the BiH Parliament but the first cancellation came from Fahrudin Radoncic, leader of the Party for a Better Future for BiH, who said that his party is not the member of the ruling coalition any more.

After him, leaders of parties from the Republic of Srpska gathered in Alliance for Changes, also refused to go to Sarajevo and sit at the same table with Inzko.

One of them, the leader of the Party of Democratic progress Branislav Borenovic, explained that he does not want to go before Inzko to apologize for the comparison of RS with WWII Naci-established-state „Independent State of Croatia“ (NDH), when spoke about January 9, RS Day. For Borenovic, that statement is debatable the whole year round but Inzko (has) never apologized…/IBNA

Die Ratten der UN wie „Valentin Inzko“ als Hohe Repräsentant in Bosnien und die Bevölkerung wanderte aus.

Miroslav Lajčák, sagte in 2009 das das Ganze Unfug ist, trat zurück, inzwischen habenüber 50 % der Bevölkerung das Land verlassen. Identisch ruiniert, Kosovo, Albanien, was man direkt an Kriminelle Clans verkauft hat.

Jedes Kind im Balkan weiß es das die Amerikaner mit Morden und Anschlägen den Hass im Balkan schürten, um Jugoslawien zuzerstören und wie der CIA Offizier Robert Baer erklärt.

Markenzeichen für die totale Korruption, wo man mit solchen Posten 50.000 $ pro Monat und mehr Steuerfrei verdient. Früher nannte man solche Leute Betrüger! Die Ratten Liste der Österreicher ist sehr lang, wo die übelsten Wolfgang Raunig waren, vor allem auch Albert Rohan im Balkan! Rohan lief herum und verbreitete den Betrugs Unfug in 2007-2008, das der Kosovo wirtschaftlich selbstständig sein könnte, u.a. durch die unverkäufliche und wässrige Braunkohle, der schlechtesten Art in der Welt.

Bosnien wurde durch vollkommen korrupte EU, UN, US Politiker ruiniert, wo nicht einmal eine Daten Basis existiert, wer noch im Lande lebt, denn je mehr Einwohner ein Land hat, umso mehr gut dotierte Jobs gibt es für korrupten und inkompetende UN, EU Leute. Am besten man ist vollkommen kriminell, wie Carl Bildt, der Erste sogenannte Hohe UN Repräsentant, ein billiger CIA Kaspar des Betruges aus Schweden, der über Leichen ging und geht. Wahlen sind zur Witz Nummer geworden in Bosnien. Islamische Terroristen, Mörder, Kopfabhacker auch hier Partner der Deutschen.

Sammelbecken der gut dotierten UN Ratten, wie Martin Kobler, Jeffrew Feltman usw..

Valentin Inzko in United World College in Mostar (2014)

Der Hohe Repräsentant für Bosnien und Herzegowina überwacht seit 1995 durch die Resolution 1031 des UN-Sicherheitsrates gemeinsam mit dem ihm unterstellten Büro des Hohen Repräsentanten (engl. Office of the High Representative, OHR, deutsch auch Amt des Hohen Repräsentanten) die Umsetzung der zivilen Aspekte des Dayton-Abkommens.[1] Derzeitiger Amtsinhaber ist der österreichische Diplomat Valentin Inzko.

Christian Schwarz-Schilling und die Bosnien Kriminellen wie: Alija Delimustafic

Ein kompletter Idioten Club:

Willy Wimmer über diese Leute: die verkaufen jeden Unfug als Politik.“
Demokratieabschaffung mit Ansage
Demokratieabschaffung mit Ansage

Nur 1/3 glaubt noch der OSCE, den EU kontrollierten Wahlen in Bosnien

Hohe Repräsentanten

Nr. Amtsinhaber Beginn der Amtszeit Ende der Amtszeit Dauer Amtszeit Heimatstaat
1 Carl Bildt 14. Dezember 1995 17. Juni 1997 1 Jahr, 6 Monate, 3 Tage Schweden Schweden
2 Carlos Westendorp 18. Juni 1997 17. August 1999 2 Jahre, 1 Monat, 30 Tage Spanien Spanien
3 Wolfgang Petritsch 18. August 1999 26. Mai 2002 2 Jahre, 9 Monate, 8 Tage Österreich Österreich
4 Paddy Ashdown 27. Mai 2002 31. Januar 2006 3 Jahre, 8 Monate, 4 Tage Vereinigtes Königreich Vereinigtes Königreich
5 Christian Schwarz-Schilling 1. Februar 2006 30. Juni 2007 1 Jahr, 4 Monate, 29 Tage Deutschland Deutschland
6 Miroslav Lajčák 1. Juli 2007 28. Februar 2009 1 Jahr, 7 Monate, 27 Tage Slowakei Slowakei
7 Valentin Inzko 1. März 2009 amtierend 8 Jahren und 159 Tagen Österreich Österreich

Die Verachtung des Balkan, wenn Deutsche Politiker, wie Christian Schwarz-Schilling, im Solde von Kriegs Verbrechern stehen

Soros ist ein Anlass für jede Menge Verrückter, mit seiner „Open Society“

16.000 Kinder in 2015 wurden missbraucht im NATO Verbrecher Staat des CIA, Berlin, des Gangsters Carl Bildt: im Süd Sudan

08 Aug 17

Half of All Bosnians Live Outside Bosnia

There are at least two million people who originate from Bosnia and Herzegovina now living abroad – 56.4 per cent of the population of the country itself – and emigration shows no sign of stopping.

Danijel Kovacevic

Banja Luka

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There are at least two million people living abroad who originate from Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to data from the countries in which they live and from Sarajevo’s diplomatic missions abroad.

According to the data, published in a report on migration trends by Bosnia’s Security Ministry, Bosnian citizens mostly emigrate to Germany, followed by Austria, Croatia and Serbia.

Brain drain’ of educated youth

Sasa M, a 22-year-old law student from the small Bosnian town of Kotor Varos, had been waiting since early morning for the Slovenian consulate in the Bosnian town of Banja Luka to open its doors.

He was one of three dozen people standing on the street with a bunch of papers in their hands in front of the grey building in downtown Banja Luka.

Sasa wants to apply for a working visa in Slovenia, the former Yugoslav republic which is now a member of the EU, where he has found himself a job.

Although he studied law, he will labour as a construction worker in Slovenia – but despite that, he considers himself lucky.

“I will get a job, I will get paid, I will be able to help my family and maybe to make some plans for the future,” Sasa said with a smile on his face.

Bosnia and Herzegovina does not have a precise record of people who have left the country, the only statistical data comes from the Agency for Identification Documents, Registers and Data Exchange, in its records of people who have deregistered their place of residence due to emigration.

This means that the number of expatriate Bosnians might be even higher.

“A large number of people who left Bosnia and Herzegovina did not have to be deregistered from their earlier place of residence, so we can say that the diaspora of Bosnia and Herzegovina is more than two million people,” demographer Aleksandar Cavic told BIRN.

According to the agency’s data, 4,034 people deregistered their place of residence in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2016, of whom number 1,196 moved to Germany, 895 to Austria, 888 to Croatia, 487 to Serbia, 421 to Slovenia, 63 to Montenegro, 38 to Norway, 36 to Holland and 10 to other countries.

Emigrants often send home money to help families and friends in the country, and the Bosnian Central Bank estimates that last year they transferred 2.4 billion Bosnian marks (around 1.2 billion euro) in remittances from abroad, which together with foreign pensions which are paid in Bosnia and Herzegovina amounted to 3.6 billion marks or 1.8 billion euros.

According to data from the World Bank, the number of people from Bosnia and Herzegovina who live abroad is 44.5 per cent of the country’s overall population, which puts it in 16th place in the world when it comes to the emigration rate compared to the overall population of the country.

The latest data from the World Bank shows that according to its emigration rate, Bosnia and Herzegovina is way ahead of Serbia (18 per cent), Croatia (20.9 per cent) and even Albania (43.6 per cent), which for years was the leading country in Europe by emigration rate compared to overall population.

Cavic said that Bosnia and Herzegovina was not making efficient use of its growing diaspora, however……