Bosnia and Herzegovina and SIGMA

 

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Status: EU potential candidate
Capital City: Sarajevo
Population: 3.8 million
Currency: Convertible mark (BAM)

 

The Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) came into force on 1 June 2015.Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) submitted its application to join the EU on 15 February 2016 and is now a potential candidate for membership.

The Reform Agenda, adopted in 2015 as a result of an extensive consultation process within BiH, is based on the political programmes of the Governments within BiH. It is the culmination of a year-long effort to agree on a set of priorities, covering economic, social, administrative and rule of law measures to boost the economy and move the country closer to the EU.

SIGMA is currently working with:

  • The respective ministries at different BiH levels on improving the legislative framework in the civil service area, in co-operation with the EU Delegation.

  • The respective ministries at different BiH levels on the implementation of specific measures and actions for the Public Financial Management Reform Strategy and Action Plan.

  • The respective Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) at different BiH levels on the implementation of their Strategic Development plans. 

 

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Country Co-ordinator

       

Monitoring report 2016 - Methodological annex

EC's progress reports

Publications in Bosnian-Serbian-Croatian (BSC)

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EU relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina

EU Delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina

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2016 events

2015 events

2014 events

2013 events

Primož VeharSIGMA staff member Primoz Vehar

Senior Adviser service delivery
primoz.vehar@oecd.org
Tel: +33 1 45 24 83 58

 

 

Jane BirchallSIGMA staff member Jane Birchall

Project Co-ordinator
jane.birchall@oecd.org
Tel: +33 1 45 24 80 05

 

 

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