19 December 2015
Sarajevo ESI takes part in training of young BiH politicians
Adnan Cerimagic talking to young Bosnian politician. Photo: PA SDA
Adnan Cerimagic talking to young Bosnian politician. Photo: PA SDA

ESI's analyst Adnan Cerimagic took part in a training seminar for young politicians in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo. The seminar on "Political presentation and communication" was organized by the Sarajevo office of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Political Academy of the BiH political Party of Democratic Action (SDA).

Adnan presented ESI's latest reports and ideas on EU conditionality towards Bosnia and put it in the context of what Bosnian politicians expect form the EU integration process and how Bosnian politicians and institutions talk and should talk to their EU counterparts. The participating young politicians engaged in a lively discussion on the future of EU enlargement and Bosnian expectations from the EU integration process.

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