The Ambassador of BiH to the Kingdom of Norway, Nedim Makarevic, gave a lecture at a university in Drammen, a higher education institution near Oslo.
In the crowded hall of the University of South East Norway, Ambassador Makarevic expressed his gratefulness for all the support and assistance that Norway has continuously provided and still provides to BiH and its citizens through numerous different humanitarian projects (i.e.. project of demining), as well as projects of support to the judiciary, reconstruction, the construction of technology centers and overall assistance to the development of our country.
He especially noted the importance of education and the need to connect our and Norwegian universities, which will represent one of the focuses during his mandate.
He also noted the difficult background of the past of our country and its EU and NATO perspective, as well as the importance of support of Norway in those processes.
The speech of Ambassador Makarevic was part of the lecture given by Amor Masovic, who presented the work of the Institute for Missing Persons in BiH. After Masovic’s lecture, Enver Duliman held a lecture as well. He arrived in Norway in the nineties and has been working for the Helsinki Committee for 21 years. The topic of his lecture was “The Court in The Hague: Expectations and Results”.