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The US appoints Matthew Palmer as overseer of Bosnia's electoral reform
The United States has appointed former Western Balkans envoy Matthew Palmer as the person responsible for overseeing the electoral reform program in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The US has underlined that such a decision is a sign of its commitment to the region.
Gabriel Escobar, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, said in an interview with Radio Free Europe on 17 September that electoral reform in Bosnia was one of the first steps to be taken to make the Western Balkans "more functional". As a state.
"I am very happy that Matt (Palmer) will continue to do his job because he has extraordinary knowledge, extraordinary contacts and a great vision of how the elections in Bosnia should work," said Escobar.
Escobari said Palmer's appointment as Bosnia's top election official was "an important sign" of US commitment to the country.