Arrival of Bosnian members of Afghan mission cancelled

Military police unit of the Armed forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina has spent nine months in the ISAF mission in Afghanistan and their return was expected today

Arrival of Bosnian members of Afghan mission cancelled

World Bulletin/News Desk

Expected arrival Saturday of members of Bosnian military police who participated in International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission in Afghanistan has been cancelled, a spokesperson with the Bosnian Defense Ministry told the Anadolu Agency.

Reason for the cancellation of their arrival remained unknown, Uma Sinanovic told the AA.

Arrival of the soldiers to their country was expected today at 12:30 p.m. at the Sarajevo International Airport. Subsequently, the arrival was postponed to 16:30 p.m. But then their return was indefinitely canceled.

Sinanović said that the public will be notified of the arrival of Bosnian troops.

Military police unit of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina has spent nine months in the ISAF mission in the 115th Military Police Battalion of the National Guard of Maryland.

The Maryland-Bosnia and Herzegovina National Guard Partnership is one of 22 European partnerships that make-up the US European Command State Partnership Program and one of 65 worldwide partnerships that make-up the National Guard State Partnership Program, according to the collaboratively edited website Wikipedia.

The partnership was established in 2003 and has become integral to Bosnia and Herzegovina's post-war military integration and in their ongoing NATO accession process.

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