Bosnia and Herzegovina was originally 1 of the 6 republics under the Federal Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia (Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Bosnia). This country want to become an EU member then they signed the agreement to Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) then towards becoming an EU member which came into force on 1 June 2015.
The market and investment opportunities are diverse, such as services and production of telecommunications equipment, construction of transportation systems. Construction materials medical equipment and agriculture. According to Dayton Accord, the President of Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of 3 people (from Ethnic Serb Croat and Bosniak) which are elected (organized separately) where each turns “President of the President” for 8 months. This is one of the three European countries with a large population of Muslims. (Other than Albania and Kosovo).
Mostar City located in Bosnia and Herzegovina Country. It’s known for the iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge), a reconstructed medieval arched bridge. The nearby alleys are full of shops and market stalls, and the Old Bridge Museum explores the bridge’s long history. A narrow staircase leads up to the Koski Mehmed-Pasha Mosque’s minaret for panoramic city views. It is situated in mountainous country along the Neretva River and lies on the Sarajevo-Ploče rail line.
Mostar is the country’s fifth largest city located on the Neretva River and cultural border between two localities. The east side of the river is part of Islam, which is the site of the mosque and the Turkic house. The West Bank is part of Catholicism. The location of the church and the priest’s residence. Mostar is one of the most beautiful and famous cities in Bosnia. The term Mostar is derived from the word “The Bridge Keepers”. In 1452, Mostar became a Turkish garrison town in the 16th century. In 1566 the Turks replaced the town’s wooden suspension bridge over the Neretva with a stone arch one, whence the name Mostar. The country is forested with pine, beech, and oak. Fruits are common; among them are grapes, apples, pears, and especially plums. The country’s rich and varied wildlife includes bears, wolves, wild pigs, wildcats, chamois (goat like animals), otters, foxes, badgers, and falcons.
Počitelj, Čapljina Village
Pocitelj or Positel is a famous city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this town they have many Islamic architecture which is difficult to find. The city is also a World Heritage Site and restoration of the city as in the past. Pocitelj is the city with the longest legends and traditions in Europe.