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SDA member Senad Sepic did not get the US visa. BiH has to overcome the crisis, professor said. IMF is not demanding any dramatic cuts.
Vice-President of the Party of Democratic Action, SDA, Senad Sepic did not get the visa for the United States of America, USA, which he asked on behalf of his diplomatic passport since he is a lawmaker, sources told Dnevni avaz daily. The SDA will certainly take it hard since they stopped the cooperation with the international community and is taking an even harder stand towards them and the EU.
Ivan Sarcevic, the professor at Franciscan Theology in Sarajevo told Oslobodjenje in an interview that Bosnia and Herzegovina is not a marriage unity but a state unity. He also said that ending the critis is seems as impossible but it is the only way to do so that the new generations do not go to war.
Aleksandar Dzombic, the Prime Minister of Repoublika Srpska entity told Nezavisne daily that the International Monetary Fund is not demanding dramatic cuts in the social sector. He announce the rearrangement of the entity budget in Septermber. Dzombic added that the RS entity would like to get the status of a direct negotiator with the European Commission so that it could move faster in the process of EU integration.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts of the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
To keep its reform policy credible for investors, the government must find common ground with the IMF and look for a new arrangement, experts say.