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Alisa Salkić ,
Alisa Salkić
Rajko Kasagić
Rajko Kasagić


The developed economy in the world is characterized by a very dynamic structure of change, both in production and in the market position of individual countries. Economic trends in the world were accompanied by faster growth of world trade than growth of production. Therefore, each country seeks to find its place in the international division of labor and a satisfactory market position, although the dominance of industrialized countries is not in question. Diplomacy plays an important role in integrating the economic territories of individual countries. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a political and economic interest in joining the European Union, so it has already started using EU funds under the programs, under the Framework Agreement between the European Union and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Writing a good project for economic development comes down to a craft. The methodology adopted in the EU in the 1990s is based on the methodology used by Americans in the 1960s, whose base was logic framework analysis or a logical matrix. The investment from EU funds is intended to create a competitive BiH economy for the Single (Internal) Market of the European Union. However, economic cooperation is only one of the "first pillars" of the European integration process. A significant step in the development of foreign policy cooperation and security was achieved in the Maastricht Treaty by introducing a "second pillar" within the European Union. Thus, the Maastricht Treaty annexed the security segment to foreign policy, which Member States are obliged to actively and unreservedly support.


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