Administrative organization: Two entities (Federation of BiH and Republika Srpska) and Brcko District of BiH
Government Structure: BiH is a parliamentary democracy with a bicameral parliament (House of Representatives and House of Peoples), a three-member rotating presidency, a Council of Ministers, and Constitutional Court
GDP: 13.1 billion EUR (2012)
GDP per capita: 3.419 EUR (2012)
Exchange rate: 1 EUR = KM 1.95 (fixed exchange rate)
Landforms: A very hilly country with the Dinaric mountains dominating the landscape. The highest point, Mt. Magli, rises to 2,387m. Thick forests cover almost 50% of the land. In the north, along the Sava River valley, a hilly, fertile plain stretches east to west. The country has 23 km of coastline in the southwest of the country, providing access to the Adriatic Sea.
Climate: Winters can be very cold with a lot of snow, especially in the hills and mountains. Summers are generally warm and comfortable.
Latitude/longitude: 44 N, 18 E
Time zone: CET (GMT + 1 hour)
Internet domain: .ba
Int. telephone code: +387
The Bosnian Herzegovinian embassy in Tokyo is one of 56 B&H diplomatic and consular representations abroad.
Bosnia and Herzegovina's embassy in Tokyo is only diplomatic-consular representation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Japan.