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Nov 27, 2007 10:28 EEST
November 27 (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 (*).
* Tuesday, November 27 – Sarajevo: The Muslim-Croat Federation’s Economic and Social Council, comprising representatives of the government, the businesses and the trade unions, to hold a meeting. (1700 GMT)
* Tuesday, November 27 – Brussels (Belgium): The top international peace envoy in Bosnia, Miroslav Lajcak, to meet the European Union Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn; to address the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament with an assessment of the economic and political situation in Bosnia.
Tuesday, November 27 – Sarajevo: A joint committee of both chambers of Bosnia’s central parliament to discuss new rules of procedure following the measures introduced by top peace envoy Miroslav Lajcak towards streamlining the work of the central institutions.
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)
Wednesday, December 5 - Brcko: The 6th international business fair BRCKO 2007 opens. (to December 9)
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 holiday in the Croat-dominated parts of Bosnia. (to December 26)
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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