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Report: Bosnia still needs foreign administrator

Report: Bosnia still needs foreign administrator

An international think tank warns it is too early to leave Bosnia without an international administrator because ethnic tensions still threaten the country's stability.
Tuesday's International Crisis Group report says local leaders are challenging Bosnia's peace agreement more than ever.
The Peace Implementation Council _ a body that oversees the conditions of Bosnia's 1995 peace agreement _ will discuss closing the office of the international administrator in Bosnia at the end of March. But the ICG suggests instead that a replacement for Miroslav Lajcak should be appointed.
The 1995 peace agreement split the country in two ethnic ministates. The Serb ministate is pushing for more autonomy, even independence, while the Bosniak-Croat ministate wants to see the country unified.


Updated : 2021-04-17 08:13 GMT+08:00