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NATO Headquarters Sarajevo has been almost 18 years since NATO first deployed 60,000 soldiers to Bosnia and Herzegovina in the immediate aftermath of the war.
 In November 2004 the SFOR mission ended and NATO HQ Sarajevo came into being with a much smaller presence but with a mandate that was specifically focused on Defence Reform, an essential pre requisite for integration into European and international institutions, and a key element of national security. NATO has an enduring commitment to Bosnia Herzegovina.
JFC Naples Commander conducts first visit to BiH

19/Aug/2014

During his visit to BiH, Admiral Mark Ferguson, NATO Joint Force Naples COM and Christopher Petty, NHQSa COM met with the Chairman of the BiH Presidency Bakir Izetbegović and member of the BiH Presidency Nebojša Radmanović.


BiH MoD, AFBiH and NHQSa have identified the new borders of 3 prospective immovable defence properties

2/Jul/2014
In a joint 3-day activity, the BiH MoD, AFBiH and NHQSa have identified and marked the new borders of 3 prospective immovable defence properties, including a radar location that is earmarked as a potential Balkan Regional Approach to Air Defence (BRAAD) location for BiH.
US Army Brigadier General Christopher J. Petty assumes command of NATO HQ Sarajevo

26/Jun/2014

US Army Brigadier General Christopher J. Petty assumed yesterday command of NATO HQ Sarajevo from US Air Force Brigadier General Merle D. Hart before Admiral Bruce W. Clingan, Commander, Allied Joint Forces Command Naples.


Sarajevo holds a conference on Social Media and the impact for Partner Countries

23/Apr/2014

On Wednesday, 23 April, NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy Ted Whiteside and the Chairman of the BiH Presidency Bakir Izetbegović opened the conference "Social Media: Impact for Partner Countries” in Sarajevo.