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Ivan Barbalić is a Bosnian and Herzegovinian diplomat serving as a Permanent Representative to the United Nations accredited as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Chief of the Permanent Mission of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Office of the United Nations. He was elected by the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina upon proposal from the Presiding member of the Presidency, Mr. Željko Komšić.

He graduated from the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA and the interdisciplinary postgraduate study on Human Rights in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has been active in Non-Governmental sector, founded ACIPS and created a brain trust of some forty experts in various human-rights, NGO and other related fields.[1]

Barbalić was born in 1975 in Sarajevo, as the last generation of born in Koševo, a suburbia of Sarajevo. He grew up in a harmonious family in Mejtaš, right beside the Elementary School named after Miljenko Cvitković. He begun writing lyrics before started his elementary education, creating songs for Davor Ebner, Tinka Milinović, Almas and the Erogenous Zones. Reportedly he never sold any lyrics or songs, creating them for free as he considers himself a musician.[2] He is the son of Nikola Barbalić, former University Professor of the Mechanical Engineering, and excelling Volleyball Athlete.[3] He is also a member of the Croatian community in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Notes and References

  1. ^ Pećanin, Senad. Nije Komšić "jedina budala" Nezavisni magazin BH DANI, No. 585 – 29.08.2008, Publisher: CIVITAS, Sarajevo
  2. ^ Marić, Irma. Tekstopisac bez ijedne prodate pjesme, Max Magazine published on 2006-05-03, archived by INFOBIRO Digital Archive, INFOBIRO – Mediacentar, Sarajevo, retrieved 2009-07-28
  3. ^ Još jedan Sarajlija ambasador pri UN Published: Wednesday, 15 June 2009 04:29 at


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