SARAJEVO, Bosnia (September 29,2008) - Bosnia has fulfilled 13 out of total 30 short-term conditions on the basis of which the European Commission will assess progress the country has made on its path towards the EU membership.
This is stated in a report that the Bosnian Council of Ministers adopted last week. Bosnia's Prime Minister Nikola Spiric said then there is time until October 5 to take care of a few more things.The 30 short-term priorities were set in the summer of 2008, and they are only a portion of a more extensive package with 100-odd conditions.
The ones that have been met concern the formation of the Fiscal Council and legislation regulating agriculture, food, rural development, drugs, professional secondary education and FBiH entity public broadcasting system.
On top of that, several strategies have been adopted, agency heads appointed and the public administration reform fund became operational.