All the chats in Federation of B&H

  1. Chats in Sarajevo
  2. Chats in Zenica
  3. Chats in Tuzla
  4. Chats in Mostar
  5. Chats in Bihać
  6. Chats in Bugojno
  7. Chats in Travnik
  8. Chats in Cazin
  9. Chats in Velika Kladuša
  10. Chats in Visoko
  11. Chats in Goražde
  12. Chats in Konjic
  13. Chats in Gradačac
  14. Chats in Bosanska Krupa
  15. Chats in Zavidovići
  16. Chats in Živinice
  17. Chats in Sanski Most
  18. Chats in Kakanj
  19. Chats in Livno
  20. Chats in Odžak
  21. Chats in Prozor
  22. Chats in Novi Travnik
  23. Chats in Ljubuški
  24. Chats in Jajce
  25. Chats in Široki Brijeg
  26. Chats in Žepče
  27. Chats in Kiseljak
  28. Chats in Fojnica
  29. Chats in Vogošća
  30. Chats in Vitez
  31. Chats in Donji Vakuf
  32. Chats in Čapljina
  33. Chats in Tomislavgrad
  34. Chats in Stolac
  35. Chats in Tešanj
  36. Chats in Maglaj
  37. Chats in Divičani
  38. Chats in Bužim
  39. Chats in Banovići
  40. Chats in Vareš
  41. Chats in Hadžići
  42. Chats in Gornji Vakuf
  43. Chats in Vrnograč
  44. Chats in Kladanj
  45. Chats in Srebrenik
  46. Chats in Tržačka Raštela
  47. Chats in Tojšići
  48. Chats in Pećigrad
  49. Chats in Gromiljak
  50. Chats in Jablanica
Federation of B&H

Not to be confused with Bosnia and Herzegovina or the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the two political entities that make up the current Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, together with the Republika Srpska. The Federation was created with the aim of being the home of communities of Bosnian and Croatian origin from the Washington Agreements signed on March 18,1994, by which the Constituent Assembly was created, which was maintained until 1996. Federation limits to the north, east and southeast with the Republika Srpska, to the south with the Adriatic Sea and with Croatia, as well as to the west and northwest.

The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is inhabited mainly by Bosnians and Croats, which is why it is sometimes informally known as the Bosnian-Croatian Federation. However, after the decision adopted in 2001 by the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Serbs were officially considered as the third constituent ethnic group of the Federation. This recognition was reciprocal for Bosnians and Croats in the Republika Srpska. The Federation has its own capital, government, flag and coat of arms, president, parliament, customs and security bodies, postal system as well as a flag carrier. It also has its own Armed Forces, called Vojska Federacije Bosne and Hercegovine, although they are under the direct control of the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as is the Vojska Republike Srpske.

Both bodies began their integration at the end of 2005, disappearing as separate entities on January 1,2006 to form 6 months later, on June 6, the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, under the Minister of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina.