FMs of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Turkey meet in NYC

Foreign ministers of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Turkey met in New York on Friday "to discuss economic cooperation," the Serbian government has announced.

Source: B92
(Tanjug)
(Tanjug)

Ivica Dacic, Ivan Crnadak, and Mevlut Cagusoglu met on the sidelines of the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly, "welcoming progress in the field of economy was welcomed and agreeing on the priority of cooperation in the area of infrastructure and transport in the future period."

The officials "discussed cooperation in the field of combating violent extremism and terrorism, as well as solving the problem of illegal migration."

Dacic on Thursday participated in the meeting of the foreign ministers of the member states of the Central European Initiative (CEI), organized by Belarus, the current chairman of the Initiative.

The ministers discussed "closer ties in the wider CEI region, as well as on improving regional cooperation."

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