Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina, commonly called Bosnia-Herzegovina, or simply Bosnia, is a European sovereign country, with capital in Sarajevo, located at the confluence of central and south-eastern Europe, and bordering Croatia, north, west and south. With Serbia to the east. With Montenegro to the east and south, and with the Adriatic Sea.
In 1992 the former Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina gained its independence as Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as one of the six constituent federal units of the former Yugoslavia that emerged at the end of the First World War, and after the Bosnian War was constituted as federal republic under the terms of the Dayton Accords, which provided for its supervised administration by a high representative elected by the Council of the European Union. Its structure is decentralized and divided into two entities: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republika Srpska. At the moment, there is no expected date for the end of the European protectorate over Bosnia and Herzegovina and the recovery of its full sovereignty. It should be noted that Bosnia and Herzegovina is the only country in Europe that is a member of the G-77, a group of 77 plus China.