The celebration of November 25 – the Statehood Day of Bosnia and Herzegovina began with raising the flag on Hum Hill, paying tribute, and laying flowers

This morning, the celebration of November 25 – the Statehood Day of Bosnia and Herzegovina began with the raising of the national flag and the singing the national anthem on Sarajevo hill Hum.

Sarajevo mayor Benjamina Karić, deputy mayor Haris Bašić and city councilors, together with numerous delegations from all levels of government in Bosnia and Herzegovina attended the ceremony.

Mayor of Sarajevo Benjamina Karić, Deputy Mayor Haris Bašić, Deputy Chairman of the City Council Dragan Stevanović, and City Councilor Biljana Lazarević laid flowers. They paid their tribute by reciting the Fatiha and holding a minute of silence at the memorial near the Eternal Fire, the Kovača cemetery and the grave of the first president of the Presidency of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Alija Izetbegović, Memorial to the killed children of the besieged Sarajevo 1992-1995 and Vraca Memorial Park.

Flowers were also laid at the city cemetery of Lav, Sveti Josip, Sveti Marko, and the Stadion cemetery.

Deputy Mayor Haris Bašić and city councilors Toni Vukadin and Adi Škaljić paid their tribute and laid flowers at the Memorial in front of the Municipality of Novi Grad Sarajevo.

Independence Day will be marked by a series of other activities in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Tonight, on the occasion of marking one of the most important dates for our country, the Ceremonial Academy will be held in the Sarajevo City Hall, starting at 5:00 p.m., where recognitions and awards of the City of Sarajevo will be awarded.

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