16 October 2019
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The BiH Council of Ministers proclaimed today the Day of Grief in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the brutal murder of two police officers which happened on Friday at Alipašino Polje in Sarajevo. Today a commemorative session was held in the hall of the Municipality of Novi Grad Sarajevo, on the occasion of the tragic death of two police officers. Let us note that the assassination of police officers was described by the councilors of the Municipal Council Novi Grad as a terrorist act. The crime took place on Friday, about five o’clock, when police officers in a police car were on the move. Thieves tried to steal a car with Croatian license plates in a parking lot. One police officer was killed on the spot, while the other one died a few hours later in the hospital.

Former Co-ordinator of the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe Erhard Busek said that changing the borders of Kosovo is a realistic option, as this is happening in Europe many times, media reported in Pristina. “In Europe’s long history, borders have been constantly changing and there are countless examples. That is why, for us, the change of borders in Kosovo is a real option,” Busek said. He said this at an international conference on new security concepts in the world, organized by the European Center for Peace and Development.

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