Around thirty law students from the University of Udine, Italy visited the EU office premises on Monday to learn about the European Union’s enlargement process, the perspective of the Western Balkans region and Bosnia and Herzegovina in particular. The students were particularly interested to discuss the key priorities and challenges ahead of BiH.
Political Advisor to the EU Special Representative in BiH Dzenana Hodzic talked to students about the office’s mandate, structure, priorities, aims and objectives, stressing its importance for the country. The European Union is in fact the biggest and the most important trade partner to BiH, Ms Hodzic underlined.
The EU office in Bosnia and Herzegovina regularly hosts student groups and PhD researchers interested in topics related to EU integration.