Jajce


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Jajce

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina, on the Vrbas River, near its confluence with the Pliva. Population, 8,500 (1976). A hydroelectric system is situated on the Pliva River. Jajce also has an electrochemical plant and an enterprise for the production of ferroalloys. The city’s Museum of the National-Liberation Struggle is housed in the building in which the second session of the Antifascist National-Liberation Council of Yugoslavia took place on Nov. 29–30, 1943.

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Partners:Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of BiH, Government of Switzerland, relevant ministries and agencies at national and entity level, Association of Cities and Municipalities of FBiH, Association of Cities and Municipalities of RS, partner LSGUs: Jajce, Kljuc, Lakta i, Ljubu ki, Maglaj, Nevesinje, Posu je, Prijedor, Sanski Most and Velika Kladu a
For instance, that he always attended areas when things were critical (for instance Jajce, Vitez and Travnik), that he provided political and moral support; and gave a morale-raising speech to soldiers defending Jajce, saying "we have to defend Jajce and I will go with you to defend Jajce".
Jajce is a small town with a population of just 30,000 located in central Bosnia.
Another women and two girls were injured by a falling tree near the central town of Jajce.
In June 2003, a foundation stone was laid for the reconstruction of Esma Sultana's mosque in Jajce, and the Travnik mufti in April expressed satisfaction with the pace of reconstruction.
SGT STEPHEN BAIN, 29, in Bosnia with the Royal Military Police JAJCE, sends his message to his family in Barrhead, Glasgow.
SHQ Troop, B Sqn,Household Cavalry Regiment, Jajce, Op Palatine BFPO 546 lI'VE just started a six- month tour of Macedonia and find it a very bleak place.
There was the bloody fall of Jajce, when 40,000 took to the road in flight, under fire, with their herds, horses and carts, arriving in the already swollen town of Travnik.
Now 20, Nick is serving with the 2nd Battalion Royal Green Jackets as a dog handler with A Company in the northern town of Jajce.
The Croat-controlled town of Jajce has made real progress towards its goal of 200, despite a slow start.
He came to Jajce to confer with local Croat officials and visit one of two graves on the city's outskirts.