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Welcome to Rahat nedjelja - /r/BiH's weekly off-topic thread. How rahat are you today?

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Anarhija, utorkom. Sprčim ti dan, a i utorak!

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A migrant issue in Europe is still urgent. Despite the European Union’s efforts to solve the problem (for example, EU has implemented migrant quotas to distribute the load between EU-members), illegal organizations that offer assistance to refugees, stay one step ahead. Today Bosnia and Herzegovina is said to be an attractive route to Western Europe. A small country that has serious economic problems isn’t of interest and can’t be of interest to refugees. At the same time, it’s a convenient transit area. Migrants in search of greener pastures don’t object to spend a couple of weeks in Bosnia, particularly as official temporary permission to stay in the country and some money for food are granted without some troubles. If the number of transit migrants registered in Bosnia hadn’t increased exponentially, there wouldn’t be such media talks about “Bosnian route”. So, if there were about 800 transit refugees in Bosnia in 2017, the first half of 2018 is marked by increasing of more than 9 000 people. According to experts’ data, the number of transit migrants can reach 20 000 by the end of the year. There are no doubts that this figure will rise further. But the number of refugees isn’t the only thing that is worrying the EU. An overwhelming number of migrants are men between the ages of 20 and 35. The refugees are well informed about their route. They can easily name all the countries and cities where they are going. Moreover, all these migrants have some money and means of communication with them. I wonder, despite of the weak political and economic situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the EU continues to consider the issue of its accession. The conditions of EU membership have been already dictated to Bosnia; let’s wait for their implementation by Bosnian authorities.

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samo pitanje postavljeno u naslovu : D

samo me zanima, bilo bi ekstra da imam svoj subredit

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Hello r/bosnia, I'm travelling through bosnia for a couple of weeks now (went from sarajevo to mostar by feet because I can 😂😂😂, took me a couple of days) and have to say that this country is marvelous. One thing: I'm going to be in Sarajevo later and would like to know one thing: I forgot my bank card but can access my bank account through my mobile phone (online banking) and could actually book a hotel room through a german website but that's quite it. Is there a way in Sarajevo to get that cash? Like could I send that money to myself per western union and fetch it there or something idk 😂

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Evo jedno glupo pitanje, da li iko ima želju da ratuje. Vidim da romantizujem to pitanje, ali mi izgleda nekako prirodno i ono što odvaja dječake od muškaraca.

Ne bojim se smrti, ne gadi mi se smrt, ni krvarenja i to. Bojim se neke povrede koja bi me ostavila nesposobnim da sam sebi presudim.

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Hi all,

My grandfather used to work in Croatia during Yugoslavia. After the war he fled to Bosnia (we are serb) and for some reason that I don't give a fuck about he never received his pension from his time working in Croatia. After several years he hired a lawyer to look into his case. Only reason he did this was because he needed to pay of debt from his older sons gambling. During this process my grandfather died. This was 2012.

Yesterday my father received a text from his piece of shit brother claiming that this lawyer my grandfather hired has retired and now his daughter is working in his place. The lawyer informed my uncle that they (uncle and my dad) have inherited my grandfathers debt and that they (meaning my dad) has to pay 7000 kuna. All of this information is from my uncle.

So I'm turning to you guys. Is this legal and true? Can a child from a dead parent inherit their debt in Croatia?? My father never cosigned any loans with my grandfather. I'm 110% sure my uncle is screwing him over.

Any help/advice is appreciated.

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Promoviramo, razgovaramo i diksutiramo o raznim temama vezanim uz malu zemlju koja se nalazi u srcu Balkanskog poluotoka. Većina tema ovdje su napisane na bosanskom / hrvatskom / srpskom (da, svi mi govorimo isti jezik), ali slobodno možete objavljivati i komentirati na engleskom. Ako imate pitanje, pitajte. Uživajte dok ste ovdje i opustite se. Također, probajte ćevape.

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