Bosnia & Herzegovina U19 v Netherlands U19 live free 21.11.2023
15 hours ago — Bosnia emerged from a 1992-1995 war with a federal structure uniting a Serb-dominated republic with a federation of Croats and Bosniak Muslims.
(Bosnian)Knjiga svetskih činjenica, neophodan izvor osnovnih informacija. (Serbian)Knjiga svjetskih činjenica, nužan izvor osnovnih informacija. (Croatian)The World Factbook, the indispensable source for basic information. Bosnian/Montenegrin audio sample:Serbian audio sample:Croatian audio sample:ReligionsMuslim 50. 7%, Orthodox 30. 7%, Roman Catholic 15. Decision to Intervene: How the War in Bosnia Ended The Bosnian Serb objective was clear: to conclude the war before the onset of the next winter. The strategy was simple, even if its execution was brazen. First, ... comparison ranking: 122Current account balance-$557. 887 million (2021 est. )-$658. 601 million (2020 est. )-$531. 917 million (2019 est. )comparison ranking: 120Exports$9. 948 billion (2021 est. )$6. 936 billion (2020 est. )$8. 199 billion (2019 est. )note: Data are in current year dollars and do not include illicit exports or re-exports. )tide and wave: 0% of total installed capacity (2020 est. )geothermal: 0% of total installed capacity (2020 est. )biomass and waste: 0. 1% of total installed capacity (2020 est. )Coalproduction: 6. 966 million metric tons (2020 est. )consumption: 7. 752 million metric tons (2020 est. )exports: 525, 000 metric tons (2020 est. )imports: 1. 366 million metric tons (2020 est. 22% (2021 est. )15. 27% (2020 est. 69% (2019 est. )note: official rate; actual rate is lower as many technically unemployed persons work in the gray economycomparison ranking: 35Budgetrevenues: $8. 434 billion (2019 est. )expenditures: $8. 154 billion (2019 est. )Public debt46. 05% of GDP (2020 est. Bosnia and Herzegovina - United States Department of State Bilateral Economic Relations. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a transitional economy that is pursuing membership in the European Union and the World Trade ... 07 male(s)/female15-64 years: 1. 01 male(s)/female65 years and over: 0. 69 male(s)/femaletotal population: 0. 95 male(s)/female (2023 est. )Infant mortality ratetotal: 5. 1 deaths/1, 000 live births (2023 est. )male: 5. 23 deaths/1, 000 live birthsfemale: 4. 96 deaths/1, 000 live birthscomparison ranking: total 174Drinking water sourceimproved: urban: 99. 9% of populationrural: 100% of populationtotal: 99. 9% of populationunimproved: urban: 0. 1% of populationrural: 0% of populationtotal: 0. 1% of population (2020 est. 4% - Bosniak seat; Zeljko KOMSIC (DF) 55. 8% - Croat seat; Zeljka CVIJANOVIC (SNSD) 51. 7% - Serb seat2018: percent of vote - Milorad DODIK (SNSD) 53. 9% - Serb seat; Zeljko KOMSIC (DF) 52. 6% - Croat seat; Sefik DZAFEROVIC (SDA) 36. 6% - Bosniak seatnote: President of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Lidiia BRADARA (since 28 February 2023); Vice Presidents Refik LENDO (since 28 February 2023) and Igor STOJANOVIC (since 28 February 2023); President of the Republika Srpska Milorad DODIK (since 15 November 2022); Vice Presidents Camil DURAKOVIC (since 15 November 2022) and Davor PRANJIC (since 15 November 2022)Legislative branchdescription: bicameral Parliamentary Assembly or Skupstina consists of:House of Peoples or Dom Naroda (15 seats - 5 Bosniak, 5 Croat, 5 Serb; members designated by the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina's House of Peoples and the Republika Srpska's National Assembly serve 4-year terms)House of Representatives or Predstavnicki Dom (42 seats to include 28 seats allocated to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and 14 to the Republika Srpska; members directly elected by proportional representation vote to serve 4-year terms); note - the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has a bicameral legislature that consists of the House of Peoples (80 seats - 23 Bosniak, 23 Croat, 23 Serb, 11 other) and the House of Representatives (98 seats; members directly elected by proportional representation vote to serve 4-year terms); Republika Srpska's unicameral legislature is the National Assembly or Narodna skupština Republike Srpske (83 directly elected delegates serve 4-year terms)elections: House of Peoples - last held on 2 October 2022 (next to be held in 2026)House of Representatives - last held on 2 October 2022 (next to be held in 2026)election results: House of Peoples - percent of vote by coalition/party - NA; seats by coalition/party - NA; composition - men 12, women 3, percent of women 20%House of Representatives - percent of vote by party/coalition - SDA 17. Bosnia and Herzegovina