Wigemark: EC will soon decide on Bosnia's candidate status

Wigemark: EC will soon decide on Bosnia's candidate status

Wigemark: EC will soon decide on Bosnia's candidate status Izvor: N1

The European Commission is about to finish reviewing the answers Bosnia and Herzegovina has provided in the EC Questionnaire and will soon present its opinion on the country’s desired EU candidate status, the head of the EU mission in Bosnia, Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, said.

At a meeting in Banja Luka, Wigemark, Republika Srpska (RS) Prime Minister, Zeljka Cvijanovic, and the RS President, Milorad Dodik, agreed that reforms in the RS are being implemented according to schedule and that their effects are already visible in macroeconomic data.  

Bosnia and Herzegovina formally applied for EU membership in February 2016 and was to provide the answers to the 3,242 questions within six months.  

However, it took the country a year to complete the process because of deep political and ethnic divisions that plague the country since the 1992-95 war.  

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