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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Member station BHRT 1993 -
National selection events BH Eurosong
Appearances
Appearances 15
First appearance 1993
Best result 3rd: 2006
Worst result 22nd: 1996
External links
BHRT page
Bosnia and Herzegovina's page at Eurovision.tv
Deen at Istanbul (2004)
Feminnem at Kiev (2005)
Marija Šestić at Helsinki (2007)
Laka at Belgrade (2008)

Bosnia and Herzegovina debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 after coming second in the qualification round "Kvalifikacija za Millstreet", and has taken part every year since except 1998 and 2000, when low average scores forced Bosnia and Herzegovina to skip the contest.

Bosnia and Herzegovina's best result was in 2006, when Hari Mata Hari came 3rd with the song "Lejla". However Bosnia and Herzegovina had previously participated at Eurovision between 1961 and 1991 as Yugoslavia. Artists from Bosnia and Herzegovina had also competed to represent the Yugoslavia at Eurovision in 1992 (see Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992 for more details).

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Contestants

Year Artist Title Final Points Semi Points
1993 Fazla "Sva bol svijeta" 16 27
1994 Alma & Dejan "Ostani kraj mene" 15 39
1995 Davorin Popović "Dvadeset prvi vijek" 19 14
1996 Amila Glamočak "Za našu ljubav" 22 13
1997 Alma Čardžić "Goodbye" 18 22
1999 Dino & Beatrice "Putnici" 7 86
2001 Nino Pršeš "Hano" 14 29
2002 Maja Tatić "Na jastuku za dvoje"
(На јастуку за двоје)
13 33
2003 Mija Martina "Ne brini" 16 27
2004 Deen "In The Disco" 9 91 7 133
2005 Feminnem "Call Me" 14 79 X X
2006 Hari Mata Hari "Lejla" 3 229 2 267
2007 Marija Šestić "Rijeka bez imena"
(Ријека без имена)
11 106 X X
2008 Laka "Pokušaj" 10 110 9 72
2009 Regina "Bistra voda" 9 106 3 125
2010 Vukašin Brajić[1][2] "Thunder and Lightning"[3]

Voting history (1993-2009)

Bosnia and Herzegovina has given the most points to...

Rank Country Points
1  Croatia 101
2  Turkey 81
3  Slovenia 49
4  Malta 46
5  Ireland 43

Bosnia and Herzegovina has received the most points from...

Rank Country Points
1  Croatia 117
2  Turkey 101
3  Slovenia 77
4  Sweden 66
5  Austria 55

NOTE: The totals in the above tables include only points awarded in Eurovision finals, and not the semi-finals since 2004.

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