Bosnia and Herzegovina is a potential candidate country for European Union membership. The EU is the country’s primary political and economic partner, and its largest donor and investor. Cooperation and financial assistance extends across many fields: agriculture, education, infrastructure, business development and much more. Bosnia and Herzegovina is undertaking ambitious improvements to reach EU standards in areas such as the fight against corruption and organised crime. While challenges remain, the EU is committed to working with Bosnia and Herzegovina to deliver change and improve the quality of life for citizens.
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PROGRAMME:Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs
PROGRAMME: Publications Office of the European Union
Signature of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement & entry into force of the Interim Agreement on trade
Visa-free travel to Schengen area
Entry into force of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement
Bosnia and Herzegovina submits EU membership application
Commission Opinion on EU membership application: 14 key priorities, endorsed by the EU Council conclusions
These infographics are based on latest available statistical data produced by Eurostat (2019).
POPULATION DENSITY68(per km²)
YOUNG PEOPLE (<15)
GDPper capita: € 5200
IMPORT OF GOODS
EXPORT OF GOODS
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