ONASA: Delegation of the Islamic Community of BiH is participating at the plenary session of the OSCE "Human Dimension Implementation Meeting 2016" in Warsaw. "The basic characteristics of the organization of the Islamic Community is an organic compound of presenting the truths of the faith, with the holders of religious authority, and presenting the will of the community, with the elected representatives of the faithful," said Muhamed Jugo, a member of the delegation. The traditions of the Islamic Community in BiH as well as system regulation recommend us to share our achievements and experiences with members of the European Union when establishing relations with Muslim communities. I take this opportunity to thank for the support of Ambassador Jonathan Moore, Head of the OSCE Mission in BiH. Our goal, for instance, is to achieve the status of the "Corporation of public law" in Germany, he stressed. The delegation of the Islamic Community invited participants of the meeting to a special side event of the Islamic Community in BiH: "The role of the Islamic Community in the institutionalization of Islam in Member States of the European Union and the OSCE." The participation of the delegation of the Islamic Community at the plenary session is very important, Director of the Department for Foreign Affairs and Diaspora Razim Colic confirmed. BiH is on the path to membership in the European Union and the Islamic Community in BiH
through significant Bosniak diaspora in EU member states affects certain processes. The delegation in Warsaw consists of Muhamed Jugo, senior associate for relations with the Western world in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora of the Riyasat of the Islamic Community, Mirnes Lemeš, senior associate of the Diaspora and Bosniaks living abroad, Muhamed Fazlovic, senior associate for relations with churches and religious communities, and writer and journalist Muhamed Jusic.
The Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) of OSCE participating States is Europe's largest annual human rights and democracy conference. It is organized every year by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) as a platform for 57 OSCE participating States, Partners for Co-operation, OSCE structures, civil society, international organizations and other relevant actors to take stock of the implementation of the OSCE human dimension commitments, discuss associated challenges, share good practices and make recommendations for further improvement.