Bosnia allocates aid for four airports

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The Federal Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina has approved almost 3.1 million euros in aid, which will be divided among Sarajevo, Tuzla, Mostar and Bihać airports, to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Sarajevo Airport will receive 1.8 million euros, of which 1.7 million will be used towards the construction of its new terminal building. Tuzla Airport will collect 512.000 euros, some 80% of which will be invested into its expansion. Mostar Airport will take 512.000 euros, which will be used to maintain liquidity, while Bihać will utilise its 256.000 euros to continue purchasing land around its premises in order to enable the expansion of the planned airport complex.

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  1. A Banja Luka?

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    1. Anonymous12:07

      DoDicks problem :D

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    2. TheBosnian23:48

      Ccorrectly, it should say:

      "Entity Government of Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina..."
      because it's not state government.

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    3. Anonymous23:56

      It says FEDERAL government

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  2. The Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina

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  3. When is written, federal government, that means something else. Means Federal gov of the whole country.

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    1. Anonymous10:00

      Saša, maybe in other countries, but Bosnia is a special case so "federal" means something else, just like "republic". None of those two are related to the country as a whole, but to the entities.

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  4. Anonymous09:58

    For those who wonder...

    "Federal", in the context of Bosnia and Herzegovina, means the entity of FBiH. "Republic" in the context of Bosnia and Herzegovina refers only to the entity of RS. The country has no classic federal government, but the Council of ministry which indeed has strong elements of federalism when we anaylse the way the Council works. The national/state level institutions have no "federal" or "republic" prefixes. Also, development of aviation and airports is at jurisdiction of entities while air traffic control, safety and air transportation + border control at all airports in both entities is at jurisdiction of the national/state level and the Ministry of transportation.

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