Dear Guests and Friends,
It is my great pleasure to welcome you all to the sixth annual Banja Luka Model United Nations Conference, an experience I’m sure you won’t forget. Regardless of whether this is your first time being a delegate, or you have a lot of experience from conferences of this sort, I am certain that you will spend three magnificent days debating and discussing the issues of global importance, working out the solutions for said problems and meeting new people from diverse corners of our world, all in the breathtaking city of Banja Luka.
As always, seven committees will be dealing with the pressing issues that, in one way or another, affect many aspects of our daily, modern lives, from regulating crypto-currencies, discussing uncontrolled nuclear weaponry to dealing with the health consequences caused by the use of radioactive substances in war. I sincerely hope that this year’s topics will spark up your youthful interest, and motivate you to give your best in the debates that are to come.
By having young people discuss these problems and informing them of the current affairs in the international relations, we contribute in influencing young people to stay motivated and raise their own voice and express their own opinion in issues many of their peers view as something otherworldly, for only they can ensure that the prosperous future we all hope for actually happens one day. Fittingly, the motto of this year’s conference is “Bringing the future back home!”
We are working relentlessly in order to ensure that BaLMUN 2018 is the finest one yet, and we are looking forward to meeting all of you in April. I thank you in advance for helping us tell the story of BaLMUN: what it was, what it is, and what it will be.
Your Secretary General,