27 October 2016
Brussels ESI discusses Bosnia more than 20 years after the Dayton Agreement
Presentation by Adnan Cerimagic. Photo: RHID
Presentation by Adnan Cerimagic. Photo: RHID

ESI's analyst Adnan Cerimagic spoke in Brussels at the conference on "More than 20 years after the Dayton Agreement: Bosnia-Herzegovina at a crossroad" organised jointly by the Belgian Royal Higher Institute for Defence (RHID) and the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES).   

Adnan presented ESI's latest reports and ideas on Bosnia. Other speakers included Jasminka Dzumhur, Bosnia's Ombudsperson, Selmo Cikotic, Bosnia's former defence minister and currently advisor to Bakir Izetbegovic who is the chairman of the Bosnian Presidency and Kurt Bassuener, co-founder and Senior Associate of the Democratization Policy Council (DPC). Brussels based diplomats, EU institutions and representatives of the civil sector attended the conference.

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