The Chairperson of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Borjana Krišto, stated that at today’s session in Sarajevo, the Report on the work of the Coordination Body, the Expert Team and the Legal Team was adopted in connection with the issue of disposal of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel at the Čerkezovac location at Trgovska gora, as well as an amendment to the Decision on the appointment of a legal team for the development of a strategy for the legal protection of the interests of BiH in connection with these issues.
When asked by a journalist, Krišto could not provide more specific information about the mentioned items on the agenda.
She added that today they adopted amendments to the Law on Service in the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which eased the admission to service and simplified the career management processes of professional military personnel.
Krišto stated that consent was given to the Draft Grant Agreement for the Visoko water-supply project between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and to the Draft Decision on the Ratification of the Agreement between BiH and the EU on the participation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Civil Protection Mechanism.
She also pointed out that the work programs of the ministries for 2023 were adopted, with the exception of the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as the Strategy Proposal for the fight against organized crime in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period 2023 – 2026.
“The Proposal for the decision on the approval of the multi-year project ‘Construction of the Klobuk and Zupci border crossings’, the Proposal for the decision on the amendment of the Decision on the approval of the multi-year project ‘Construction and equipping of a facility for the accommodation of employees of the Indirect Tax Administration and the Border Police at the airport in Banja Luka’, were also adopted and Proposal for a decision on the approval of the multi-year project ‘Construction of border crossings Čepikuće and Brod'” noted Krišto.