This service passport was issued to a 58-year-old Counsellor in the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
in 1998 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
. The passport is only valid for two years.
She did not signed on the allocated space on page 2, but instead made a signature on the datapage. It was probably intentional.
On page 7, it has an Official VIsa issued by Ministarstvo Vanjskih Poslova on 23 November 1998 which valid until 23 May 1999 which permits her multiple travel.
On page 8, it has a Schengen Visa issued by French Consulate in Bosnia with Service
remarks on 27 November 1998 and valid until 27 February 1999.
Service Passport is the official travel document issued to facilitate the travel of people who are employed by or acting on behalf of the government who travel internationally on official state business and related public affairs and are restricted to people in specific categories and roles. In different country, it may be called Official Passport. This is based on guidelines agreed upon in the Vienna Convention.
Official Passports do not entitle their bearers to any special privileges or the diplomatic immunity provided by the host nation. These passports are issued specifically to people who need to travel, rather than to people who are being assigned or posted to a host nation. Diplomatic and Official passports, in themselves, do not confer on the holder any special privileges or rights. Individual countries may confer, at their discretion, certain rights to holders of Diplomatic and Official passports. Only accredited diplomats are eligible for diplomatic immunity.
Service Passports are issued government officials and non-officials when their passages are paid by the government as well as the accompanying dependants, when such members of their families also proceed out the expense of the government.
SERIES II + SERIES III
However this SERVICE PASSPORT
is using front cover similar to SERIES II and the coat-of-arm on the front cover is similar to SERIES III.
Despite the name was pre-printed on the front cover, page 1, page 3 (datapage), page 4 and interior side of the back are referring to Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
, it was however noted by way of printing on page 5 denoting the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The passport contains 32 pages.
||Interior of Front Cover - Blank
||Country's name, coat-of-arms, document type and document number.
||Passport holder signature
||Diplomatic Request by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
|6 - 30
|31 - 32
||Official note regarding passport holder.
||Interior of Back Cover - Notes.
Passport number prefixed with S
and followed by 6 digits. The numbers are needle-perforated at the bottom of each page from page 5 to page 31.
Whilst country code as well as nationality were written as R BH
. for passport issued for this series, it was however printed as BIH
DIPLOMATIC REQUEST PAGE
Notes were writtein in Bosnian, English and French.
|U ime Predsjedništva Republike Bosne i Hercegovine, Ministarstvo vanjskih poslova moli sve nadležne organe Republike Bosne i Hercegovine, kao i sve organe drugih država da bez smetnji propuste nosioca ovog službenog pasoša, držaVljanina Republike Bosne i Hercegovine i da mu u slučaju potrebe ukažu pomoć i zaštitu.
U ime Predsjedništva Republike Bosne i Hercegovine, Ministarstvo inozemnihposlova moli sve nadležne organe Republike Bosne i Hercegovine, kao i sve organe drugih država da bez smetnji propuste nosioca ove službene putovnice, državljanina Republike Bosne i Hercegovine i da mu u slučaju potrebe ukažu pomoć i zaštitu.
In the name of the Presidency of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs requests all relevant institutions of the Republic, and the authorities of all other states, to allow the bearer of this service passport, a citizen of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to pass freely and without hindrance, and in case of need to afford the bearer such assistance and protection as may be necessary.
Au nom de la Présidence de la République de Bosnie et Herzégovine, le Ministère des Affaires Etrangères prie toutes les autorités compétentes de la République de Bosnie et Herzégovine, ainsi que toutes les autorités des autres Etats, de laisser passer librement le titulaire du présent passeport de service, ressortissant de la République de Bosnie et Herzégovine, et de lui accorder toute aide et protection en cas de besoin.
Notes were writtein in Bosnian, English and French.
|OVAJ PASOŠ - PUTOVNICA JE VLASNIŠTVO REPUBLIKE BOSNE I HERCEGOVINE. NOSlLAC OVOG PASOŠA - PUTOVNICE JE POD ZAŠTITOM DRŽAVE REPUBLIKE BOSNE I HERCEGOVINE.
THIS PASSPORT IS THE PROPERTY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA. THE BEARER OF THIS PASSPORT IS UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA.
CE PASSEPORT EST LA PROPRIETE DE LA REPUBLIQUE DE BOSNIE ET HERZEGOVINE. LE TITULAIRE DE CE PASSEPORT EST SOUS LA PROTECTION DE LA REPUBLIQUE DE BOSNIE ET HERZEGOVINE.
OVAJ PASOŠ - PUTOVNICA SADRŽI 32 BROJEM OZNACENE STRANICE
THIS PASSPORT CONTAINS 32 NUMBERED PAGES
CE PASSEPORT CONTIENT 32 PAGES NUMEROTEES