|Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosna i Hercegovina(Bosnian)
Bosna i Hercegovina(Croatian)
Босна и Херцеговина(Serbian)
|Official language(s)||None (state level)
Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian (entity level)
|-||Chairmen of the Presidency||Bakir Izetbegović|
|-||Prime Minister||Denis Zvizdić|
|Establishment||1 March 1992 (independence from Yugoslavia)|
|Currency||Convertible mark (BAM)|
Bosnia and Herzegovina, more commonly known as Bosnia, is a country located in Southeastern Europe. Formerly part of Yugoslavia, the country is bordered by Croatia to the north, west and south, Serbia to the east and Montenegro to the southeast.
References in the GTA Series
Bosnia and the Bosnian war are mentioned frequently in Grand Theft Auto IV. The protagonist, Niko Bellic, was a teenage soldier during the Bosnian War, and his unit of fifteen men (most of them friends from his hometown) fought in the war. They were ambushed by enemy forces, but Darko Brevic, Florian Cravic, and Niko himself survived. Niko concluded that either Florian or Darko had sold the group out, and he vowed to uncover and kill the culprit.