According to the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations in Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH), livestock production makes up approximately 50% of overall agricultural production, or about 6% of Gross Domestic Product. This share is significantly lower than what was found before the war. Bosnia & Herzegovina is currently a meat-deficit nation, requiring significant imports to meet demand.
Rehabilitation and revitalization of the livestock sector after the war (1992-95) has been complicated by the fact that, first, state-level institutions had to be built. While the BiH State Veterinary Law was adopted in 2002, there remained a lingering need to harmonize border control policies for livestock entering the country.
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