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December 3 (SeeNews) - Following is a schedule of corporate, economic and political events taking place in or related to Bosnia and Herzegovina through February 27. New or amended entries are marked (*).
* Monday, December 3 – Sarajevo: The European Union Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn to visit Sarajevo; to meet the members of Bosnia’s tripartite presidency, Prime Minister Nikola Spiric and the leaders of the main political parties; media statements at 1315 GMT.
* Monday, December 3 – Sarajevo: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) office in Bosnia to present the UNDP 2007/2008 Human Development Report: Fighting climate change: Human solidarity in a divided world. (1000 GMT)
* Monday, December 3 – Banja Luka: The Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik to receive a delegation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by Dimitris Demekas, Chief of Southeastern I Division at the European Department of the IMF. (0900 GMT)
* Monday, December 3 – Mostar: The Muslim-Croat Federation government to hold a meeting. (0900 GMT; news conference at 1300 GMT)
Tuesday, December 4 – Sarajevo: Spanish General de Division Ignacio Martin Villalain to take over the command of the EU peacekeeping force in Bosnia, EUFOR, from German Rear Admiral Hans-Jochen Witthauer.
Wednesday, December 5 - Brcko: The 6th international business fair BRCKO 2007 opens. (to December 9)
Wednesday, December 5 - Munich (Germany): The 2007 European Mid Market Private Equity Summit, hosted by Private Equity International, opens (http://www.peimedia.com/midmarket07/). (to December 6)
Sunday, December 9 - Banja Luka: Bosnia’s Serb Republic holds presidential election after the death of President Milan Jelic on September 30.
Thursday, December 13 - Tesanj: The Bosnian unit of German car filter producer Mann+Hummel to hold a shareholders’ assembly. (1200 GMT)
Saturday, December 15 – Banja Luka: The leaders of Bosnia’s main political parties meet to discuss police reform, a key condition set by the European Union for establishing closer ties with the bloc.
Thursday, December 20: Bosnian Muslims celebrate Kurban Bajram (Eid al Adha), public and market holiday in the Muslim-dominated parts of Bosnia. (to December 21)
Tuesday, December 25: Bosnian Croats celebrate Catholic Christmas, public and market holiday in Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat Federation.
Wednesday, December 26: Bosnian Croats celebrate Catholic Christmas, public holiday in the Croat-dominated parts of Bosnia.
Tuesday, January 1: New Year’s Day, public and market holiday.
Wednesday, January 2: New Year’s Day, public and market holiday.
Monday, January 7: Bosnian Serbs celebrate Orthodox Christmas, public and market holiday in the Serb Republic. (to January 8)
Wednesday, January 9: Day of the Republic, public and market holiday in the Serb Republic.
Tuesday, February 26 - Brussels (Belgium): Bosnia’s Peace Implementation Council (PIC), consisting of all major powers and international agencies responsible for the peace process in the war-divided country, to hold a meeting. (to February 27)
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