The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) repaired and reopened the state archives section of the building of the Presidency ankara escort of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was set on fire during protests in February.
ankara escort partner escort ankara TİKA allocated 150,000 euros (TL 429,970) to preserve the remaining documents ankara escort bayan in the archive, which contain a lot of national history, and renew the section . Bakir Izetbegovic, the Bozniak member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, vice president of TİKA Ali Maskan, Turkeys Ambassador to Sarajevo Cihad Erginay and many other guests attended the reopening ceremony in Sarajevo. Izetbegovic, in his speech at the ceremony, recalled his distress when the young people of Sarajevo were sent to destroy their own symbols, flags and cultural heritage. He also said that Feb. 7, the day the building of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina was set on fire, was one of the most devastating days of their history. To see such destruction was hard for people who witnessed terrible outcomes of the siege of Sarajevo and love Bosnia and Herzegovina, Izetbegovic said, adding that even then he knew the people of the city would prevail. He emphasized that the citizens of Sarajevo showed their rage quietly and with tears.
The Bosniak member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina said they learned lessons from the unrest in February and emphasized that the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina are free and democratic. We are a free, open-minded and democratic society. Our citizens have the right to give voice to their dissatisfactions through peaceful protests, Izetbegovic said. He also said that nobody has the right to engage in violence, as chaos and violence do not generate solutions. The only way to overcome differences