The elections for the new Board members in 5 chapters have started – cast your vote!

This goes to all WBAA members from Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia who have been registered in the WBAA online community for at least six months:
You have the opportunity to vote for your new National Representatives for the WBAA Regional Board between today, Friday 22 October at 12:00 and Monday 25 October at 12:00 CEST.

Please log into the new WBAA online community and go to the Elections section:
If you have not yet reactivated your account in the new online community, you can do so quickly. We have sent you the link for reactivation by e-mail. If you have problems logging into the online community or casting your vote for the election, please contact

Please also note the following information on the elections:

Bosnia and Herzegovina: One National Representative is elected in this chapter and you can cast your vote for either Mario Vrhovac or Adnan Rahimić.

Kosovo*: One National Representative will also be elected here and you can cast your vote for either Anesa Colakovic or Njomza Sallauka.

Montenegro: There are two positions to be filled in this chapter, so you have two votes. Aleksandra Komatina, Andrija Tomic and Aleksandar Vucinic are up for election, vote for your two favourite candidates.

North Macedonia: One National Representative is elected here and Kristina Nikolova is the only candidate. You have one vote and can either give it to Kristina or abstain.

Serbia: In this chapter, two National Representatives are elected, which means that everyone has two votes. You can vote for the candidates Milan Stojanovic and Mila Lukić.

All WBAA members of the 5 chapters have also received newsletters today with further instructions on the elections, so check your emails.

Please take the opportunity to vote for your new Board members. We are looking forward to the results!


Germany, Cologne, 22 October 2021

Laura Jarmatz on behalf of the Service Provider

*This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.

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