The second meeting of the
Subcommittee on Justice, Freedom and Security between the EU and BiH is held
yesterday and today, 30 November and 1 December 2017, in Brussels.
The delegation of the Republic of Srpska
at the Subcommittee meeting consists of representatives of the Ministry of Economic
Relations and Regional Cooperation, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of
the Interior, Free Legal Aid Centre of the Republic of Srpska, Gender
Centre of the Government of the Republic of Srpska and Commission for
Determining Conflict of Interest in the Authorities of the Republic of Srpska.
accordance with the agenda and prepared discussion paper, representatives of
the competent institutions in BiH are discussing with representatives of the
European Commission the progress achieved during the past year in fulfilling
the obligations arising from the Stabilisation and Association Agreement
between the EU and BiH concerning the areas: functioning
of the judiciary, judicial
cooperation in civil and criminal matters, fight against money laundering, implementation
of BiH War Crimes Processing Strategy, fight against corruption and organised
crime, cooperation on law enforcement, cooperation in the field of drugs, fight
against terrorism, border management, visa liberalisation, fundamental rights,
prohibition of discrimination, women’s rights, gender equality, free legal aid,
freedom of expression, etc.
The Subcommittee on Justice, Freedom and Security between the
EU and BiH is one of the seven joint working bodies of the EU and BiH, established
to monitor the implementation of the Stabilisation and Association
Agreement between the EU and BiH, after it entered into force on 1 June 2015.