Milorad Dodik

  • US Sanctions Target Dodik Family Network in Bosnia

    The U.S. sanctioned on Tuesday two individuals and a network of companies that have been enriching Bosnian Serb nationalist leader Milorad Dodik and his family, saying he has robbed his own people for years while threatening their safety with his constant rhetoric about a secession of the Bosnian Serb controlled part of the country.

  • US Sanctions Bosnian Serb Leader’s Children for Corruption

    The U.S. imposed sanctions on the children of Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik and four companies under their management, highlighting concerns that the Bosnian Serb region, known as Republika Srpska (RS), is increasingly resembling a Dodik family enterprise rather than a political entity within Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).

  • US Authorities Sanction Bosnian Top Politician

    U.S. authorities designated on Monday Fadil Novalić, the prime minister of one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s two semi-autonomous regions, for his alleged involvement in corruption, as well as “divisive and destabilizing activities in the Western Balkans.”

  • U.S. Sanctions Bosnian Serb Leader over Graft and for Destabilizing Moves

    The U.S. sanctioned on Wednesday the leader of the Bosnian Serbs and a TV station believed to be under his control for his “corrupt activities and continued threats to the stability and territorial integrity” of the Balkan country.

  • Serbia’s CINS Considers Lawsuit Against Bosnian Serb Leader

    The Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism, CINS, will be considering its legal options regarding accusations made by the President of the Serb-controlled half of Bosnia who accused the organization and its editor-in-chief of “destroying regional political structures with money from international organizations.”

  • Russia Hits Back at OCCRP Macedonia Spying Report

    Russia’s government and state media have hit back at a report by OCCRP and partners on Sunday that showed Macedonia’s counterintelligence had been tracking Russian spies in the country who it believed were involved in trying to stop the Balkan country joining NATO.

  • Bosnia Indicts Sixteen for Banking Scam

    Bosnia’s State Court confirmed Friday the indictment against 16 people charged with financial crime that led to the collapse of a bank and the theft of 123 million KM (US$ 83 million).

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