Thursday, August 7, 2008


BEIJING, China (August 7,2008) - During the first day of his visit to China, the Bosnian President Haris Silajdžić met with the HUAWEI company management, which is one of the biggest telecommunication equipment producers in the world and attended a working dinner organized by that company and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China.During these meetings, President Silajdžić especially turned to e-government projects in which HUAWEI had very successfully participated, in many developing countries, including Russia, Venezuela and Brazil. These projects mean networking all data in one country, at all levels of authority and help significant reduction of administration, expenses, improvement of living conditions; the projects are also accompanied by productivity increase in all fields.

President Silajdžić emphasized that Bosnia was one of the rare countries in transition, where a universal approach to the documents that citizens need in their every day life is not possible. They stressed out that by the implementation of e-government project all state institutions in Bosnia would have an electronic approach to such documents, so obtaining identity card, passport, driver’s license or other necessary documents would only require filling in the applications, while the competent bodies would obtain the additional necessary documents, like birth certificate, certificate on citizenship, CIPS application and similar directly from the electronic e-government system.

President Silajdžić welcomed the HUAWEI’s decision to significantly increase the number of employees in the Sarajevo office and scheduled further meetings on e-government project with the company representatives, as during his stay in China, as well as after returning to Bosnia.

Tomorrow is scheduled a meeting with the management of the Chinese Economic Chamber and a visit to the zone for special purposes where the software production companies are located.

After arriving in the Beijing Airport, the Bosnian President Haris Silajdžić was welcomed by the China's officials, while he extended his kind words of friendship to his hosts, signed the book of impressions reserved for the Heads of States and Governments, for more than a hundred of them according to the announcement, who will attend the 29th Summer Olympic Games formal opening ceremony on Friday,Auguest 8th, 2008.


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (August 7,2008) - The International Community's High Representative in Bosnia,a little Slovak fascist clown Miroslav Lajcak,has informed the Bosnian public yesterday that the genocidal Serbian fascist creature in Bosnia "RS" was not created by Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic in spite of the fact that the whole world knows it is.

“It’s not true that the RS is Karadžić’s creation. It’s a creation of the Dayton Accords,“ Lajčak told the Bosnian State Television.

However,Slovakian fascist fool Miroslav Lajcak did not explain how is that possible when everybody in Bosnia and in the rest of the world knows that the genocidal Serbian fascist creature in Bosnia "RS" existed for some three years before the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords,and that it was created and headed all that time by nobody else but Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic ???

It can be expected now,that the Holocaust survivors will be also informed by him that the Third Reich wasn't actually German war criminal Adolf Hitler's creation.Live and learn people,live and learn!

Lajcak has finally shown his true,fascist,genocidal,face to the world,shamelessly trying to protect the results of Serbian fascist aggression and genocide against Bosnia and the Bosnian people.It is the high time now for his removal from the Office of the International Community's High Representative in Bosnia (OHR).

Slovakian fascist clown and genocide supporter Miroslav Lajcak has finally lost all of his credibility and Bosnian politicians should demand his removal from the office as soon as possible.


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (August 7,2008) - In July 2008 a total of 44,291,582 Bosnian Marks was traded on the Sarajevo Stock Exchange, and the market accounted for 70.19 per cent of the total value traded on the Bosnian capital market. There were 2,930 transactions last month, and 1,036,346 shares were traded.

The official market had a share of 3.42 per cent in the turnover. Bosnian pharmaceutical company Bosnalijek’s share was traded the most, but still lost 6.37 per cent. Sarajevo osiguranje followed, also down by 7.69 per cent.

Value traded on the free market reached 38,743,215 Bosnian Marks (87.47 per cent share). ABS Banka was the most traded share, followed by GP Bosna, BH Telecom and FDS. SASE indexes were down in July: SASX-10 lost 7.08 per cent and BIFX lost 5.38 per cent, compared to June.

Raiffeisen Brokers had the biggest share in turnover last month, AA Kapital Brokers in volume.


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (August 7,2008) - The Bosnian national football team players who boycotted the national team in protest at the Bosnian Football Association policies have almost all agreed to play in a friendly against Bulgaria this month, coach Miroslav Blazevic said yesterday.

Blazevic has called up 25 players for the home game on Aug. 20. This will be his first test since he took over as coach last month to replace Meho Kodro who was fired in May.

“I expect everybody from the list to respond to my call for this very important game even though it is seen as a game show — but not for me,” Blazevic told reporters. “I promise we shall prepare for it as if it was a qualifier.”

The list of those returning to the squad include Emir Spahic of Lokomotiv Moscow, Branimir Bajic of Koblenz, Elvir Rahimic of CSKA Moscow, Zvjezdan Misimovic of VfL Wolfsburg, Mirko Hrgovic of Dinamo Zagreb and Sasa Papac of Rangers.

Blazevic said there was a possibility that some players might fail to show up “for unknown reasons”. He named goalkeeper Kenan Hasagic as the only one who declined to talk to him.

At least eight players have boycotted matches over the last year, calling on the Bosnian Football Association officials to resign amid accusations of corruption.

Kodro, the former national team captain, was sacked after only four months when he refused to lead the team in a friendly against Iran, saying he was not notified of the fixture in time.

However, the choice of the experienced 73-year-old Blazevic as coach has raised hopes among fans that Bosnia could qualify for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

He will need his best side for Bosnia's opening World Cup qualifier away to European champions Spain in Group 5 on Sept. 6. Bosnia also faces Turkey, Belgium, Estonia and Armenia.


THE HAGUE, The Netherlands (August 7,2008) - Former leader and creator of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "RS" and one of the masterminds of the genocide against Bosnians,committed during the 1992-1995 Serbian aggression against Bosnia,Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic has applied to the United Nations war crimes tribunal to summon former U.S. Secretary Of State Madeleine Albright and her envoy Richard Holbrooke to testify in his genocide case.

He alleges that Holbrooke struck a deal with him in 1996 that he would never stand trial for war crimes, if he quietly left politics and disappeared, without hindering the recently signed peace agreement.

American fascist Richard Holbrooke has denied the story, but Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic wants him to testify under oath.

In his submission filed yesterday, Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic also challenges the legality of his trial.


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (August 7,2008) - The information from the Bosnian Taxation Authority shows that 598 million Bosnian Marks worth of goods were imported by Bosnia from the EU countries since July 1, when the Interim Agreement on Trade and Trade-related Matters came into force.

That was by 20.7 per cent more compared to the same period of 2007. This increase was partly due to decreased and cancelled import tariffs, and partly had to do with higher prices in the global market.

In July, revenues from import tariffs charged on goods coming from the EU dropped by 24 per cent compared to July 2007 (from 30.5 million Bosnian Marks to 23 million Bosnian Marks).