Wednesday, September 5, 2007


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (September 5,2007) – The international community's high representative and EU special representative in Bosnia, Miroslav Lajcak will address a plenary session of the Bosnian Parliament tomorrow.

Other than Bosni'a Parliamentarians, the international community's high representative and EU special representative in Bosnia has invited the members of the Bosnian Presidency, members of the Bosnian Council of Ministers, Entity Prime Ministers and the Speakers of Entity Parliaments.

Miroslav Lajcak will highlight that Bosnia faces a stark choice this autumn: to continue down the road to the EU and play a role in the region or to isolate itself further from both,the office of the international community's high representative in Bosnia (OHR) announced.

The challenges posed by the Stabilisation and Association Process, Constitutional Reform, poverty and providing justice can only be effectively tackled if all the institutions of this country play a constructive role, and all sides show a readiness to compromise for the benefit if the country as a whole and all of it’s citizens,OHR stated.

Lajcak will underline that there is no longer any room for the politics of confrontation and delay.He will address Parliament at 10.00 on Thursday 6 September. He will then take questions from Parliamentarians. Representatives of the media are invited to attend throughout,OHR said.

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