Committee recommends confirmation of candidates in Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers

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Committee recommends confirmation of candidates in Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers

The Commission for the Preparation of Appointments in BiH the Council of Ministers looked at eligibility and made recommendations for the confirmation of candidates to perform the duties of ministers and deputy ministers in the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Seven members of the commission voted for two against and one abstaining.

The chairman of the Commission for the Preparation of Appointments in the Council of Ministers of BiH, Predrag Ko ul, expressed satisfaction at the fact that the Commission gave a recommendation to the House of Representatives to elect the Council of Ministers of BiH in the composition as proposed by Chairperson Borjana Kri.

As far as foreign policy priorities are concerned, there are several important topics, first of all, calming tensions in the region and improving relations with neighbors and Western Balkan countries in general, according to BiH Foreign Minister candidate Elmedin Konakovi.

He assessed that the priorities of Euro-Atlantic integration, defined by the Foreign Policy Strategy, which was adopted in 2018 and lasts until 2023, are of great importance.

Candidate for the Minister of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zukan Helez said he will work hard to improve the status of members of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and speed up the path to the NATO alliance if the House of Representatives confirms his appointment.

The candidate for the Minister of Human Rights and Refugees, Sevlid Hurti, said he is ready to work and help people on the ground in BiH.

According to Hurti, he plans to stabilize the existing situation, as well as the financial assistance that goes to people who have returned to their homes, and that he will try to solve this issue that is a constitutional authority and what is written in the Constitution that the Bosnian language is the language of the Bosniaks with the pedagogical institute.

If it can't be resolved at that level, I would talk about it with my colleagues in the Council of Ministers and then address the Prime Minister and the President of the RS, Hurti said.

He said that the same should be resolved for Serbian children who study in Drvar, Bosansko Grahovo according to the Croatian curriculum.