Bosnia and Herzegovina


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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

or Bos·ni·a-Her·ze·go·vi·na or Bos·ni·a-Her·ce·go·vi·na  (bŏz′nē-ə-hĕrt′sə-gō′vē-nə, -gō-vē′-, hûrt′-) Commonly known as Bosnia
A country of the northwest Balkan Peninsula. It was a constituent republic of Yugoslavia from 1946 to 1991, when it declared its independence. In 1992 the country erupted in war among Serb, Bosniak, and Croat factions. A peace agreement was reached in November 1995 by Balkan leaders in Dayton, Ohio, which called for the creation of two substates, a Croat-Bosniak federation to govern one half of the country and a Bosnian Serb republic to constitute the other half, united under a newly created national presidency, assembly, court, and central bank.

Bos′nia and Herzegovi′na


n.
a republic in S Europe: formerly (1945–92) a constituent republic of Yugoslavia. 3,482,495; 19,741 sq. mi. (51,129 sq. km). Cap.: Sarajevo.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Bosnia and Herzegovina - a mountainous republic of south-central EuropeBosnia and Herzegovina - a mountainous republic of south-central Europe; formerly part of the Ottoman Empire and then a part of Yugoslavia; voted for independence in 1992 but the mostly Serbian army of Yugoslavia refused to accept the vote and began ethnic cleansing in order to rid Bosnia of its Croats and Muslims
Bosnia - the northern part of Bosnia-Herzegovina
Sarajevo - capital and largest city of Bosnia; scene of the assassination of Francis Ferdinand in 1914 which precipitated World War I
Translations
Босна и Херцеговина
Bosna a Hercegovina
Bosnien-Hercegovina
Bosnia ja Hertsegoviina
Bosnia ja Hertsegovina
Bosna i Hercegovina
Bosznia és HercegovinaBosznia-Hercegovina
Bosnia-Herzegovina
ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ
보스니아 헤르체코비나
Bosnija ir Hercegovina
Bosnia-HercegovinaBosnia og Herzegovina
Bósnia e HerzegovinaBósnia-Herzegovina
Bosnia şi Herţegovina
Bosna a Hercegovina
Bosnien och Hercegovina
ประเทศบอสเนียและเฮอร์เซโกวีน่า
Bosna HersekBosna-Hersek
Bosnia và Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

البوسْنَة والهِرْسِك Bosna a Hercegovina Bosnien-Hercegovina Bosnien-Herzegowina Βοσνία και Ερζεγονβίνη Bosnia y Herzegovina, Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia ja Hertsegovina Bosnie-Herzégovine Bosna i Hercegovina Bosnia ed Erzegovina ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ 보스니아 헤르체코비나 Bosnië en Herzegovina Bosnia og Herzegovina Bośnia i Hercegowina Bósnia e Herzegovina Босния и Герцеговина Bosnien och Hercegovina ประเทศบอสเนียและเฮอร์เซโกวีน่า Bosna-Hersek Bosnia và Herzegovina 波斯尼亚和黑塞哥维纳
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He stated that not counting the neighboring countries "Turkey (was) among the top five investors in Bosnia and Herzegovina," directly and indirectly.
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With this growth, BH Telecom is positioned to stay the leading operator in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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