Balkans | Samir Siponjic, a graduate of Turkey, became a minister in his native Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Samir Sibunjic, who studied medicine in Turkey and has been dealing with trade in his country for many years in Bosnia and Herzegovina, became Minister of Economy of Zenica Doboj Province (ZDK).

The new ZDK government received 11 votes to 23 in a vote of no confidence in parliament.

The new government will include:

Prime Minister Umrah Muhammedić, Minister of Economic Affairs Samir Šiponjić, Minister of Finance Dzinana Sisija, Minister of Interior Benjamin Sinanović, Minister of Veterans Affairs Adnan Širovića, Minister of Justice and Administration Edin Hasanicević, Minister of Agriculture, Water Affairs and Forestry Vinko Marić. Minister of Health Tanja Rados Kosice, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Zlatko Jelic, Minister of Policies and Migration, Drazinka Subasic, Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports, Daniel Pasek, Minister of Environmental Planning, Transport, Communications and Environmental Protection.

Siponjic, born in Zavidovici in 1978, went to Turkey for higher education after the Bosnian war, first learned Turkish in Ankara and then studied medicine at Istanbul University. Sibonjic, who also graduated from the Business Department, has been doing import and export between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina for many years.

Sibunjic is married and has three children.

Zenica-Doboj Canton is one of the ten cantons that make up the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Source: Balkan News

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