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Editor in Chief of The Oslo Times interview with the Ambassador of Bosnia – Herzegovina Mr. Emir Poljo 

Editor in Chief of The Oslo Times interview with the Ambassador of Bosnia – Herzegovina Mr. Emir Poljo

Editor in Chief of The Oslo Times Mr. Hatef Mokhtar with the Ambassador of Bosnia – Herzegovina at the Embassy in Oslo, Norway.

Oslo – The honourable ambassador of Bosnia-Herzegovina to Norway, Mr. Emir Poljo, met The Oslo Times editor-in-chief Mr. Hatef Mokhtar today for an exclusive interview at the former’s office in Oslo.

In the hour-long session, Mr. Poljo answered questions dealing with important local and global issues ranging from politics, governance and economics to human rights and ethnic conflicts.

Of the issues discussed were also the growing concerns over freedom of speech, freedom of expression, problems of democratic transition and consolidation, economic cooperation between Norway and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and so on.

Mr Poljo is an ardent supporter of democracy which he considers the most important thing that can happen to a nation, ensuring individual freedom for all citizens.

The discussion then naturally moved to vital strategic issues facing Bosnia and other erstwhile Yugoslavian states, including politics, economic recession, democratic shifts, human rights conditions and role and freedom of media. The nature and pattern of their integration with Europe and rest of the world also came as essential points of discussion.

The Oslo Times would soon publish the full interview in the hope that it would give the readers new insights into the country of Southeastern Europe, that are usually either overlooked or suppressed in mainstream media.

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