European Commission sends 600 follow-up questions to Bosnia and Herzegovina

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The European Commission has sent approximately 600 follow-up questions to the Directorate for European Integration (DEI) of Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

The purpose of these questions is to clarify what has been provided by Bosnia and Herzegovina authorities in the answers to the European Commission’s Questionnaire the country submitted in February this year, as well as to request missing information.

According to sources from Brussels, the European Commission believes that election campaign in BiH should not influence the pace or quality of the answers to the follow-up questions, as majority of those questions are of technical nature, Sarajevo-based daily Dnevni avaz reported.

The document reads that the European Commission is “looking forward to receiving Bosnia and Herzegovina follow-up answers within the next three months”.