After the Bosnia and Herzegovina war between 1992-1995, the number of people who lost their citizenship exceeded 96 thousand.
According to the statement issued by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 96,876 people lost their citizenship in the period from January 1, 1996 to January 18, 2023.
Noting that those who renounce citizenship are generally immigrants living in countries that do not have a dual citizenship agreement with Bosnia and Herzegovina, it was reported that 12 people applied to renounce their citizenship in 1996-1997.
Noting that the trend accelerated in 2001, the statement said: “The number of people who lost citizenship reached a record high in 2003, reaching 9,128 people.” Data included.
The statement stated that 2,622 people renounced their nationality in Bosnia and Herzegovina last year, while the cost of relinquishing citizenship amounted to 800 marka (approximately 8 thousand Turkish liras).
- Balkans | Kovachevsky: We are managing the energy crisis in the best way in the region
- Balkans | M.Gyorce Petrov won the Macedonian Cup
- Balkans | Vucic: “3,000 illegal weapons and tens of thousands of bullets have been handed over to the authorities”
- Balkans | Vucic announced the condition for removing the barricades
- Balkans | Chaos in the Albanian opposition
- Balkans | Announcing the Ramadan program of the Skopje Murat Pasha Mosque
- Balkans | Greece decides to postpone the purchase of weapons from Israel
- Balkans | Shkobi breaks up with Coach Jochi
- Balkans | Two out of three suspected terrorists were arrested at the Bulgarian border
- Balkans | Remedial courses for primary school students from Ansar and Kopro associations