Dear Professors, and Colleagues
due to the global situation and the declared world – wide pandemic caused by coronavirus
(COVID -19) and the declared EMERGENCY situation in the Republic Bosnia and Herzegovina,
based on the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, we inform you that
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will instead of being held on the originally scheduled date (October 01.– 04., 2020.), be postponed. The new date will be determined after pandemic, Hotel Mellain, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Tuzla is the economic, scientific, cultural, educational, health and tourist centre of northeast Bosnia.
The present-day name is derived from the Turkish word Tuz, meaning salt. The first Ottoman document recording the exploitation of Tuzla's saltwater springs dates from 1548. Many buildings from Ottoman times remain in Tuzla. Turalibeg's Mosque, with a typical stone minaret, was built in the 16th century and still stands today.
Today, you’ll find a modern university city with elements and architectural styles from Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and Yugoslavian influences.