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The C&MA entered Bosnia Herzegovina in 1998. This was seven years after the country established its sovereignty in 1991, and shortly thereafter declared its independence from the former Yugoslavia.

Today, our Alliance team is working with national partners in Sarajevo and Mostar.

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Demographics

Population
Population—4,500,000
Capital City
Sarajevo (450,000) pop.
Geography
Southeastern Europe
bordering the Adriatic Sea
Croatia
Serbia and Montenegro. The terrain is mostly mountainous.
Languages
Bosnian
Serbian
Croatian
Albanian and Romanian
Ethnicity/Race
Bosnian—48%
Serbian—37.1%
Croatian—14.3%
other (including Romanian and Albanian)—0.6%
Economy
Lower middle income group
Government/Political Climate
Emerging, top-heavy federal democratic republic. The political discussion is still dominated by ethnic divisions.
Religion
Muslim—40%
Orthodox—31%
Roman Catholic—15%
other—14%

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