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Bosnia is expecting additional 60 million euro from IMF. No reason for HDZBiH not to enter Federation entity government. Get to NATO and EU as soon as possible.
Mission of the International Monetary Fund will be in Bosnia next month to see if Bosnia fulfilled its obligations and made reforms. Results of the visit will tell whether Bosnia will get another tranche of the 403 million euro credit approved recently. The upcoming tranche is around 60 million euro.
Josip Peric, of Croatian Party of Rights, HSP, told Oslobodjenje daily in an interview that there is no reason why Croatian Democratic Union, HDZBiH, would not enter the Federation entity government. He added that HDZBiH behaves like the only representative of Croats in Bosnia.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and EU's High Representative of Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton visited Bosnia and told its officials in the Presidency that the country should work harder in order to get to the NATO and the EU as soon as possible.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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