Presidency Member (Serb) Nebojsa Radmanovic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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BELGRADE, Nov 6 (Xinhua) -- Bosnian Serb Nebojsa Radmanovic on Thursday took over the chairmanship of Bosnia's rotating state tripartite presidency for the next eight months, said reports reaching here from the Bosnian capital Sarajevo.
Radmanovic said that good relations between Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina were exceptionally important not just because this was necessary for joining the European Union, which was the common goal, but also because Serbia was a guarantor of the Dayton Accords.
harmony with the constitution as a collective head of state.
Nebojsa Radmanovic was elected as the representative of the Bosnian Serbs in Bosnia's three-member presidency.
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The BiH Presidency Chairman Nebojsa Radmanovic receives the courtesy visit from Ambassador of the Republic of Greece to BiH, H.
The BiH Presidency Chairman Nebojsa Radmanovic has received today, on November 13, the courtesy visit from Ambassador of the Republic of Greece to BiH, H.
Bidding welcome to Ambassador Mantzouranis, the BiH Presidency Chairman Nebojsa Radmanovic has expressed his conviction that Mantzouranis, who performs the duty of the Amabassador of the Republic of Greece in BiH for the second time, will focus his efforts on strengthening of friendly relations and all aspects of cooperation between Greece and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Chairman Nebojsa Radmanovic has never been to any previous Statehood Day ceremonies, and the Republic Srpska leadership has in the past repeatedly (our March 1, 2004, news update and our November 5, 2000, news update) refused to recognize the November 25 Statehood Day public holiday, preferring instead to observe the November 21, "Day of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia-Hercegovina.
But the presidency's Serb chairman Nebojsa Radmanovic described the elections as a step forward in democratization of Serbia.
Nebojsa Radmanovic was sworn in as a member of Bosnia and Herzegovina's (BiH) tripartite presidency on November 6th, 2006, five weeks after the country's general elections.
Radmanovic was born on October 1st, 1949, in Gracanica.
A member of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD), Radmanovic was elected to the presidency after winning 53.
Radmanovic is the author several expert and scientific publications and of several books.
With at least 50 percent of the vote counted, Bosnian election officials said Oct 2 that it appears Nebojsa Radmanovic has won the Orthodox Christian Serbs seat in Bosnia's three-member.
Those two presidents act like they come from two different countries! And this illness was so wise to attack Zeljko Komsic at the very moment he was supposed to go to America! Soon, Silajdzic was joined in America by Mustafa effendi Ceric , while Radmanovic was joined by Milorad Dodik.
Radmanovic said that outstanding issues would be the focus of Saturday's session of the Croatian-Bosnian Interstate Council as well as of upcoming cooperation and activities of the two countries' governments.
Radmanovic said Bosnia and Herzegovina belonged to Europe and that the road to the European Union that lay ahead was of the utmost priority.
The Serb member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nebojsa Radmanovic, on Thursday took over the chairmanship of this tripartite body for the next eight months, HIna reports.
Radmanovic took over from the Bosniak representative, Haris Silajdzic, at a Presidency session in Sarajevo.