Alliance of BiH Association in Austria called "Consilium Bosniacum" will organize peaceful protests in Vienna, Austria, Sunday called "for peace and stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina," under the motto "Quo Vadis, Bosnia."
As announced by the organizers, the protests will start at 1 pm from Maria-Theresien-Platz and end at 4 pm at the Haus der EU – BMEIA Heldenplatz.
The gathering will be addressed by Kemal Kozaric, the Ambassador of BiH to Austria, Nurten Yılmaz, Member of the Austrian Parliament, Ewa Ernst-Dziedzic, Member of the Austrian Parliament, Damir Saracevic, President of the Consilium Bosniacum, Ahmed Husagic, President of the Snaga Domovine Association, Esma Murselovic-Diman, member of the board of the Consilium Bosniacum Association, Admir Mehmedovic, member of the board of the Consilium Bosniacum Association, Kabir Sokullu, member of the board of the Consilium Bosniacum Association, Selma Jahic, a genocide survivor and Anita Zecic, artist.
On Saturday, Stuttgart hosted another gathering of BiH citizens, organized by the BiH Civic Initiative.
The BiH Civic Initiative, as the organizer, stated that a voice is being raised against attempts to dissolve the homeland and against the negative events in and around Bosnia.