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Hercegovina:

see Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina
, Serbo-Croatian Bosna i Hercegovina, country (2015 est. pop. 3,536,000), 19,741 sq mi (51,129 sq km), on the Balkan peninsula, S Europe. It is bounded by Croatia on the west and north, Serbia on the northeast, and Montenegro on the southeast.
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Herzegovina

, Hercegovina
a region in Bosnia-Herzegovina: originally under Austro-Hungarian rule; became part of the province of Bosnia-Herzegovina (1878), which was a constituent republic of Yugoslavia (1946--92)
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Very little is being done to urge Bosnia and Hercegovina toward reform of its environmental laws and adoption of European standards, and a number of local policymakers seem more than willing to sell the country's natural bounty, to the highest bidder.
Chapters 4 and 5 focus on developments in Serbia; 6 and 7 on Croatia; and 8 and 9 on Bosnia and Hercegovina. Chapters 2, 4, 6, and 8 describe the situation in each context up through 1994, and the odd-numbered chapters update each one since 1994.
Kareta, together with Zene BiH (the Bosnia Hercagovina Women's Group), the international Initiative of Women of Bosnia and Hercegovina (Biser), and other Croatian and Bosnian women's groups, has asked American attorney Catharine MacKinnon to represent them pro bono, with the National Organization for Women Legal Defense and Education Fund as co-counsel, as the United Nations begins its war crimes tribunal for atrocities committed in the territories of "the former Yugoslavia." These groups believe that, unless the criminals are identified and brought to justice, the two million plus refugees will never feel safe returning home.
The republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina was one of six republics of Yugoslavia, designed as a state for all the South Slavs, With Yugoslavia's disintegration and the aggressive ambitions of Greater Serbian nationalists, four out of the six republics faced potentially dangerous nationality issues.
They demanded that "the ethnic nationalists who began dominating Bosnia and Hercegovina's politics ..
Ascons.The presentation was attended by representatives of GKM, a Ministry of Economy of Hercegovina Neretva Canton, directors of BIH companies LIGNUM (design and manufacture of furniture), NEOSOFT (IT), HERING (design and construction), SKUTOR, (manufacturing tools for cutting metal and wood), and representatives of Swedish companies DIRECTIT (IT Sweden), BJS-Sweden (wood processing) and others.
The Town defender has been a regular in the international squad, but has been forced to pull out through injury each time since making his debut in the 2-0 defeat by Bosnia and Hercegovina at Llanelli in August, soon after he joined Town from Nottingham Forest.
That was the main priority for Lyn Orbell's team as they travelled into the unknown for the competition in Dubnica to face their Slovakian hosts as well as opponents from Israel, Slovenia, Denmark, Bosnia & Hercegovina and Switzerland.
The region's other international protectorate, Bosnia and Hercegovina, is recovering less smoothly from it's civil war in the mid 1990s.
High Representative Inzko also congratulated the BiH Council of Ministers Chairman Denis Zvizdic, DEI Director Edin Dilberovic and Head of the EU Delegation and EUSR Lars-Gunnar Wigemark on this special day for Bosnia and Hercegovina, stated the OHR.
Bosna i Hercegovina.Subject of sale is a package of state-owned shares in the company "UNIS" d.d.