The Olympic Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina (OKBH) has renewed its partnership with sports equipment manufacturer NAAI for a further six years.
Belgrade-based NAAI became the official supplier of the OKBH in 2010 and after a successful four-year partnership both sides have agreed to a six-year extension that will cover the next three Olympic Games in Rio in 2016, Pyeongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020.
Under the deal, NAAI will provide all kit and equipment for OKBH athletes and officials starting with the six-strong team heading to Nanjing for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games which get underway on August 16.
OKBH secretary general Said Fazlagić signed the agreement with NAAI director Predrag Dmitrović on behalf of President Sinisa Kisić.
Established in 1979, NAAI has producing sports equipment and clothing over 30-years with particular focus on basketball, volleyball and handball.
After the break-up of Yugoslavia, the OKBH was set up in 1992 and Bosnia and Herzegovina athletes have competed at all Summer and Winter Olympic Games since Barcelona.
The country has yet to win an Olympic medal.
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