Bosnia and Herzegovina Defence and Security Report 2016
BMI View: We expect Bosnia's defence budget to increase in 2016 in absolute terms. This will be driven bythe country's necessity to fulfil the defence requirements for NATO and the EU membership that thegovernment appears to be readily willing to address. None of this budget, however, appears set to financethe development of the domestic defence sector, and as a result, few opportunities will open up in the nearfuture.
Bosnia's domestic defence sector remains significantly under-developed. Budgetary constraints in the pastfew years have forced the government to reduce the number of troops and to dedicate the small share ofdefence budget within the GDP (1.2%) to addressing priority issues that would contribute to fulfilling therequirements for NATO and EU integration. These have mainly focused on the training of troops,cooperation with NATO missions and addressing problems of corruption within the security sector.
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