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Old May 17th, 2006, 04:32 AM   #101
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oh no

you two move your little conversation out of this thread

its enough that we got medofish off his meds running around, we cant have you two debating who watches Dragonball Z

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I got respect towards LM, am not gonna ruin his thread debating with u and what cartoons u watch...

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Old May 17th, 2006, 04:38 AM   #103
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I got respect towards LM, am not gonna ruin his thread debating with u and what cartoons watch...

kay Homo =]

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oh no

you two move your little conversation out of this thread

its enough that we got medofish off his meds running around, we cant have you two debating who watches Dragonball Z

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ok sorry :X
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Old May 17th, 2006, 04:39 AM   #104
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Šiling lobira za olakšavanje viznog režima



Beč, 4.5.2006. - Specijalni predstavnik EU i Visoki predstavnik u BiH Kristijan Švarc-Šiling, pozvaće danas ministre unutrašnjih poslova EU da preduzmu konkretne mjere u pravcu olakšavanja uslova za dobijanje viza građanima BiH, posebno privrednicima, studentima i naučnicima, najavljeno je iz OHR-a.

Na sastanku u Beču, posvećenom ulozi unutrašnje bezbjednosti u odnosima između EU i njenih susjeda, biće riječi i o pitanjima nelegalne imigracije, krijumčarenja, terorizma i organizovanog kriminala.

Švarc-Šiling će naglasiti da je u BiH postignut značajan napredak, a posebno će istaći da Državna granična služba BiH sada pokriva sve granične prelaze u BiH, da Agencija za istrage i zaštitu radi svoj posao, te da su uvedene zaštićene lične karte za stalne državljane sa stalnim mjestom boravka u BiH.

On će istaći i da je počela revizija državljanstava naturalizovanih građana i da je uspostavljen centralizovani informativni sistem kontrole izdavanja viza.

Švarc-Šiling smatra da je BiH uspjeh postigla i na planu rješavanja nelegalne imigracije, zatim reforme pravosuđa, što podrazumijeva i eliminaciju miješanja politike, čime je omogućeno uspješno i profesionalno krivično gonjenje ključnih lica u sferi organizovanog kriminala i visoko rangiranih političara.

Visoki predstavnik u BiH će ministrima unutrašnjih poslova EU jasno staviti do znanja da postojeće restrikcije pri dobijanju viza ograničavaju potencijale BiH da konsoliduje i ubrza ekonomski razvoj, što je preduslov stabilnosti i demokratske i održive budućnosti.

Kako je najavljeno, Švarc-Šiling će izraziti zabrinutost zbog prošlonedjeljne najave da će biti povećana naknada za izdavanje šengenskih viza EU nakon 2007. godine, zbog čega će naglasiti da ova naknada iznosi pola mjesečne plate većine građana BiH i predstavlja "neproporcionalan teret".

Specijalni predstavnik EU i visoki predstavnik u BiH pozvaće EU da uputi pozitivniji signal stanovništvu BiH.

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Old May 17th, 2006, 01:58 PM   #105
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medofish you stated that u are leaving the thread your constant spaming shows the level of your character.

i recomend to the rest of the BiH forumers to ignore his statments

mods i request a cleaning of this thread from the first post made by medofish]
to je bilo dok sam bio ozbiljan, a sada sam došao da zajebavam jer admin neće da mi banuje ili obriše ovaj account, pa moram to zaslužit'

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Koji ti je kurac više čovječe,odjebi,prvi si počeo.Idi jebi se tamo po RS threadu (gdje ionako jedva da koga ima) nemoj nama ovdje sranja praviti,jer nismo ni mi tebi.
jašta, došao sam da proganjam i koljem muslimane, ne'am ništ' pametnije ... skraćemo da genocidiram , a ti si moja sljedeća žrtva muhaha

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Energoinvest završava posao u Libiji vrijedan 70 miliona eura

Kompanija Energoinvest završava projekt u Libiji vrijedan 70 miliona eura, dok je u Alžiru u toku realizacija projekata izgradnje dalekovoda i trafostanica u vrijednosti 80 miliona eura.

Pomoćnik direktora Energoinvesta Ibrahim Gosto izjavio je na pres-konferenciji upriličenoj povodom početka medijske kampanje obilježavanja 55 godina firme pod sloganom "55 godina u misiji šriom svijeta", da Energoinvest realizira i projekt u sjevernom Iraku u vrijednosti 7,5 miliona dolara.

Gosto je kazao kako je Energoinvest zainteresiran i za druge projekte u toj zemlji u oblastima u kojima je moguća njihova realizacija, dodavši da se trenutno poslovi u Iraku izvode u partnerstvu s jednom iračkom firmom.

Centralni događaji obilježavanja 55 godina kompanije, osnovane 19. aprila 1951. godine, bit će održani od 8. do 11. juna, kada se pored domaćih zvaničnika kao gosti očekuju brojni poslovni partneri iz inozemstva.

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The 34-year-old has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with Leverkusen after Hamburg offered him a new contract on reduced terms. Barbarez's old deal at Hamburg was due to expire this summer. Leverkusen coach Michael Skibbe said: "I have already managed him at [BV] Borussia Dortmund and am happy that we could sign such a good player. Sergej's personality fits my team as well."


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Švedska vlada donira još dva miliona eura za rad Suda i Tužilaštva BiH

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Riječ je o konferenciji u organizaciji Ministarstva pravde BiH, koja predstavlja nastavak donatorske konferencije za reformu pravosuđa u BiH održane krajem marta u Briselu.

Švedski ambasador u BiH Lars Erik Wingren izjavio je nakon konferencije kako je razvoj pravosudnog sektora u BiH jedan od vrlo bitnih ciljeva u narednom periodu, te da je švedska vlada
impresionirana radom Suda BiH.

-Zbog toga je Švedska agencija za međunarodni razvoj (SIDA) odlučila donirati dodatna dva miliona eura za budžet Suda BiH za narednu godinu, potvrdio je švedski ambasador.

On je izrazio nadu da će novac koji su obećali za narednu godinu biti dovoljan za rad Suda BiH do uspostavljanja stategije za razvoj cjelokupnog pravosudnog sektora u našoj zemlji.

Predsjedavajući Vijeća ministara BiH Adnan Terzić pojasnio je kako ovaj sastanak nije bio zamišljen kao donatorska konferencija, navodeći da pojedine zemlje koje su dosad donirale najveći dio iznosa za Sud i Tužilaštvo BiH očekuju i da ostale zemlje pokažu svoje opredjeljenje za podršku razvoju ovog sektora.

Naveo je kako postoji ciljana grupa zaljevskih zemalja s kojima o ovom pitanju treba bilateralno nastaviti razgovore, te je izrazio očekivanje da pitanje nedostatka novca za ovaj sektor do kraja godine biti riješen.

Osim predstavnika ambasada zemalja donatora, konferenciji su prisustvovali i visoki predstavik Christian Scwartz-Schilling i predsjednik Haškog tribunala Fausto Pocar, koji su ukazali na izvanredne rezultate rada Suda i Tužilaštva BiH.

-Oni su svim donatorima ukazali na važnost podrške nastavku rada državnog Suda i Tužilaštva sa standardima koje smo dosad uveli, izjavila je predsjednica Suda BiH Medžida Kreso.

Ministar pravde BiH Slobodan Kovač istaknuo je kako BiH reformu pravosuđa mora provesti dokraja, te da u tome ima podršku međunarodne zajednice.

-Na nama je da napravimo programe, da budemo spremni i sposobni da svijet uvjerimo da radimo dobro i da se u ovom sektoru primičemo evropskim standardima, naveo je Kovač.
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CBBH: BH OBTAINED BETTER CREDIT RATING – B2

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U FEDERACIJI BiH U MARTU POVEĆAN BROJ DOLAZAKA TURISTA

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Prema posljednjim podacima Federalnog zavoda za statistiku, ostvareno je 35.935 noćenja. Domaći turisti ostvarili su 40,8 posto noćenja, a strani 59,2.
Kapaciteti u turizmu iznosili su 11.591 ležaj, što je za tri posto više u odnosu na mart 2005.
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SPAŠAVANJE ENERGOPETROLA NA DOHVAT RUKE?

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SARAJEVO, 17. maja (FENA) - Bank Austria Creditanstalt AG, Beč (većinski vlasnik HVB Central Profit Banke, Sarajevo) koja je u februaru ove godine kupovinom kredita Energopetrola od HVB Central Profit Banke postala novi kreditor Energopetrola, danas je na svoju inicijativu održala sastanak sa predstavnicima Vlade u cilju razmatranja, kako trenutnog stanja privatizacije Energopetrola, tako i narednih koraka, saopćeno je iz HVB Central Profit Banke.
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Remarks by Principal Deputy HR Larry Butler at a Conference Marking the Third Anniversary of SERDA

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As all of you are well aware, Microsoft Corporation announced in late February the opening of a branch office in BiH. One of this new office’s core tasks will be to help boost the number of BiH software engineers trained in Microsoft technology, from 400 to 1200. The company also claims that its renewed focus on the BiH market can produce an astonishing increase in software-related jobs in this country – in the retail, marketing, and support sectors – from 3,000 to 9,000.

This news is positive on a variety of levels, not the least of which is Microsoft’s fundamental assessment that BiH is now a place where it is worthwhile to do business. This assessment – I don’t need to tell anyone in this room – is based on hard-headed commercial criteria: Microsoft is not in the charity business.

One of the tasks facing SERDA and similar organisations is to get the word out that – no matter how hard-headed investor criteria may be, BiH now merits closer examination.

The overall commercial operating environment is improving – interest rates are falling, investment is climbing, and the stability of the currency continues to act as a major source of business confidence. The introduction of VAT has been remarkably problem-free and now the dividends in terms of more assured government revenue and better regulation of the commercial sector are beginning to be felt.

So, things are looking up.

The prospects for business in Bosnia and Herzegovina are getting visibly better.

Problems remain, of course, and now that we are seeing forward momentum in the economy we must tackle these problems with renewed energy.

Outdated and conflicting commercial legislation (depending on which part of the country you are doing business in) is a major drag on business expansion and job creation.

A massive step forward in resolving this will be the enactment of a new BiH Law on Obligations. As you will know, preparation of an entirely new BiH commercial code has been underway for several years and is now practically complete. . The sooner the present mishmash of competing legislation is replaced with a modern, European-standard BiH commercial code the better it will be for companies and investors. I urge you to lobby for the enactment of this law before the end of 2006.

However, while we are looking for significant improvements in the steps being taken at the state level to improve the BiH business environment, we must also look for renewed confidence, creativity and energy on the part of the regional agencies.

SERDA and the other development agencies were established on the principle that regional synergies are self-evident – they transcend political boundaries. Theoretically, then, the RDAs are pushing at an open door – the thrust of your initiatives makes absolute economic sense. It is therefore important to highlight results. What degree of success are you able to point to in terms of job creation and raising living standards? Do you have a barrage of statistics that demonstrate your region is emerging decisively from the economic doldrums?

To date, I would say, SERDA has led the way in translating paper strategies into tangible programmes that have helped foster new businesses and have offered valuable and targeted assistance to existing companies – but, overall, we have not yet set in place the kind of mechanisms that can help SMEs get from start-up to profitability in the shortest time possible. Some of our competitors in the region are already providing this kind of help for their SMEs.

I would urge SERDA and the other regional development agencies to keep up the pressure on the various layers of government to show greater sensitivity to the needs of investors and entrepreneurs – because these are the people who are creating jobs. I would also urge you to keep exploiting the natural synergies that exist in the regions. Politicians do not always understand economic logic, so it is important that those involved in business development keep this logic to the fore.
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yeaaaaaaah this is great neews
Just a year ago we had B3,this is great progress B2 means more foreign investors for B&H
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SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina, May 17 (UPI) -- Iranian businessmen are interested in Bosnia's Modrica oil refinery, Onasa news agency reported Tuesday.

Mohammad Reza Morshedzadeh, Iranian ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina, said during a meeting with Milorad Dodik, prime minister of the Bosnian Serb republic, that his country's businessmen had eyed the refinery and were interested in the country's tourism potential.

A statement released by the government's press office after the meeting said that, among other issues relating to domestic politics, the ambassador and the prime minister had discussed Bosnia-Herzegovina's resources and investment potential.

The Iranian ambassador is also scheduled to meet with Dragan Cavic, president of the Bosnian Serb republic.
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Veliki značaj razvoja željezničkog koridora Vc i luke Ploče

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Razlozi za donošenje Memoranduma su u sljedećem: postojanje značajnog obima prijevoza željezničkim koridorom Vc iz i za Luku Ploče za potrebe industrije u BiH, a naročito velikih poduzeća u BiH te predviđanje njegovog značajnog povećanja u narednom periodu, posebno u odnosu na najavljeni projekt razvoja Luke Ploče financiranog od Svjetske banke i Europske banke za obnovu i razvoj.

Strane su suglasne da će tijekom 18 mjeseci provesti zajednički akcijski plan koji će činiti četiri predstavnika HŽ, tri ŽFBiH, dva ŽRS i jedan iz BHŽJK.

Memorandum su potpisali predsjednik Uprave Hrvatskih željeznica Davorin Kobak, generalni direktori ŽFBiH Narcis Džumhur, ŽRS Dimšo Todorović i BHŽJK Dragiša Hadžić.
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Veteran Bosnia-Herzegovina midfielder Sergej Barbarez has left Bundesliga side Hamburger SV to join their German rivals Bayer 04 Leverkusen.

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The 34-year-old has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with Leverkusen after Hamburg offered him a new contract on reduced terms. Barbarez's old deal at Hamburg was due to expire this summer. Leverkusen coach Michael Skibbe said: "I have already managed him at [BV] Borussia Dortmund and am happy that we could sign such a good player. Sergej's personality fits my team as well."


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Old May 18th, 2006, 07:53 AM   #119
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