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Bosnia Press Review - November 29, 2012

Prosecution to investigate claims of pressure to Investment Bank. Army Forces are an instrument of a statehood. Successful Repulika Srpska, successful Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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DNEVNI AVAZ

Federation entity Prime Minister Nermin Niksic and Interior Minister Predrag Kurtes filed a report on claims of the alleged pressures to Investment Bank to the Bosnian Prosecutor corruption department to investigate after bank director Ramiz Dzaferovic said that officials of three parties, SDA, HSP and NSRZB pressured him to give credits to certain persons.

OSLOBODJENJE

Bosniak member of the tripartite Bosnian Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic recalled that the Dayton Peace Accords ruled that the country will have the balanced number of soldiers with the neighboring countries. He referred to assumptions that Bosnia might be demilitarized and added that it would be a dangerous adventure after all what happened 20 years ago.

NEZAVISNE NOVINE

Ivan Gasparovic, Slovak President, said during his visit to Banja Luka that if Republika Srpska is successful then Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the West Balkans, will be successful too. He compared relations of Slovakia and Czech Republic to relations of Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina and emphasized that they have to be economically and politically good to have con consensus on  EU matters and other international issues.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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