Monday, September 3, 2007


VISOKO, Bosnia (September 3,2007) - "In Visoko we have world's biggest pyramid, a brilliant and complicated architectural accomplishment of highest importance for the whole world.", declared during yesterday's press conference Dr. Nabil M.A. Swelim from Egypt.

He complimented the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation on the excellent work and the endurance spent in unveiling the truth about the questions: who built the pyramids in Bosnia,and why?

He also underlined the importance of the underground tunnel complexes in Visoko and paragonated them with the ones in Egypt.

"This is an unbelievable discovery! It will take some time in order to understand the mystery of these amazing stone structures and how they have been built," he said.

Prof. Dr. Mona Fouad Aly, Head of the Department for Archaeological Conservation from the Cairo University and Prof. Dr. Soleiman Hamed El Heweli, an expert in the field of Pharaonic periods, expressed also their opinions about the archaeological location in Visoko.

"Everything we have seen confirms the fact that the structures are the results of human intervention. Of course, more research, fieldwork and laboratory analysis will be necessary to ascertain who, when and why built these pyramidal structures. I already have taken several samples from different locations in Visoko to submitt to our laboratory and will inform the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation about the results.", said Prof. Dr. Mona Fouad Aly.

Prof. Dr. Hamed specified the importance of the patience factor and continuous work necessary in the research on this very important archaeological location:

"The support for this project must come from all sides, from the Bosnian government, from everywhere in Bosnia. In the future we will call this land : "The land of pyramids.", said Prof. Dr. Hamed.

Dr. Aly Abdullah Barakat from the Egyptian Geological Survey & Mining Authority, who joined the group of experts, will meet during the coming days exponents of the communal and regional authorithies, and will held public speakings ad presentations about the Egytpian pyramids and their comparison with the pyramids in Bosnia.


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (September 3,2007) - The Bosnian Defense Ministry will soon decide on the freezing of assets of four Serbian war criminals.

Bosnian daily Dnevni Avaz quoted its sources in the Bosnian Defense Ministry that the assets in Bosnia belonging to Serbian war crimials Ratko Mladić, Radovan Karadžić, Stojan Župljanin and Goran Hadžić would soon be frozen.

The appropriate decision will be passed in accordance with the Law on Application of Temporary Measures in Support of Effective Implementation of the Mandate of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), adopted in the first half of 2006, Bosnian daily Dnevni Avaz confirmed.

Providing assistance to the Hague fugitives is regarded as a criminal offence, and war crimes prosecution is entitled to decide on the freeze of the helpers’ assets in the course of the investigation into their actions.

Raffi Gregorian, the international community's principal deputy high representative in Bosnia, visited the home of Ljiljana Zelen-Karadžić,the wife of the Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadžić,and announced that he would personally see to it that Bosnian authorities undertake measures regarding the freeze of assets in Bosnia belonging to Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadžić and other Serbian war criminals still on the run.


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (September 3,2007) – The Croatian Ambassador to Bosnia Josip Vrbosic hosted a farewell reception, organized for the Iranian Ambassador to Bosnia Mohammad Reza Morshed Zedah.

Ambassador Zedah’s mandate ends and will continue his mission in Denmark. Vrbosic thanked his Iranian colleague for a fair performance of all of his duties and expressed conviction that his work has helped improve the relations between Bosnia and Iran, especially in the field of economy, culture and politics.

Ambassador Zedah said that he tried in the past two years to find optimal solutions for improvement of relationship between the two countries.

He added that Iran has two neighbors in need of help – Iraq and Afghanistan, but that Bosnia has never been forgotten.

He added in the end that Bosnia still needs help form its neighbors,EU and International Community as a whole.


GRADACAC, Bosnia (September 3,2007) – Expressing dissatisfaction with the relationship of the FBIH entity authorities towards the domestic agricultural production, about 50 farmers from Gradacac protested in Gradacac.

Their attempt of coming to the opening of the Plum Fair with their tractors was disabled and they were withheld in the outer city zone.

Bosnian farmers are expressing dissatisfaction with the increasing influence of the import lobbies and non-stimulation of agricultural production. They said that the FBIH entity government did not timely and adequately react to the damage caused by this year’s drought.

They also emphasized that this year’s plum and other fruits have no place to be sold at.

The farmers seized protesting having talked to the FBIH Entity Minister of agriculture Damir ljubic and the Tuzla Canton minister of agriculture Amir Hasic. They promised to help solve their problems.