The session of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was scheduled for yesterday, was not held because no agreement was reached on the agenda.
As FENA learns, the proposal of the Deputy Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers and Minister of Finance and Treasury Vjekoslav Bevanda to include the Draft Budget of BiH institutions and international obligations of BiH for 2023 in the agenda was not accepted this time either.
The session of the BiH Council of Ministers was not held last week either for the same reason.
Minister Bevanda then expressed regret that there was no will to include the Draft Budget of the institutions of BiH and international obligations of BiH for 2023 on the agenda of the session of the Council of Ministers of BiH and that this led to the fact that ministers from Croat peoples vote against the proposed agenda.
The Council of Ministers of BiH was supposed to consider today the Draft Law on Foreign Affairs of BiH, proposed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of BiH.
The Draft Law on the conclusion and execution of international agreements, as well as the Draft Law on freedom of access to information at the level of BiH institutions, should also have been considered.
Among other things, the Draft Law on Amendments to the Law on Service in the Armed Forces of BiH should have been on the agenda.