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09 06.09.

Bosnia and Herzegovina signs International Agreement establishing ReSPA

On 9th June 2009, the Minister of Justice of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mr. Bariša Čolak, signed the International Agreement on the Establishment of the Regional School of Public Administration (ReSPA) in the Embassy of Montenegro in Sarajevo. 

The Signing Ceremony was attended by the Ambassador of Montenegro Mr. Ramiz Basic, the Director of the Human Resources Management Authority (HRMA) Mrs. Svetlana Vukovic, the Montenegrin ReSPA Steering Committee Member Mrs. Jadranka Djurkovic, as well as the ReSPA Steering Committee Member from Bosnia and Herzegovina Mr. Niko Grubesic, along with his associates.

International Agreement

The International Agreement had already been signed by a number of ReSPA Partners on 21st November 2008 in Podgorica, and after the ratification of other ReSPA Partners the Agreement will enter into force at the end of 2009.

With the entry into force of this Agreement, ReSPA will become an international organisation with the mission of promoting and improving regional cooperation between ReSPA Partners in the field of public administration and reinforcement of administrative capacities, in accordance with the principles of the European administrative area.