Serbia, Bosnia to have joint projects in Berlin
Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina plan to present joined projects during a conference dedicated to the Western Balkans due to take place in Germany on August 28.Source: Tanjug
This, and cooperation between the two countries, was the topic of a meeting held in Belgrade on Wednesday between Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić and Deputy Chair of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Council of Ministers and Minister of Foreign Affairs Zlatko Lagumdžija.
During the meeting, Vučić and Lagumdžija focused most on the joint infrastructural projects which will be presented in Berlin and the possibilities for their funding and realisation from EU funds.
Vučić underscored that the project realization would contribute to strengthening of the stability and improvement of connections between people in the region, the Serbian government said in a statement.
The two high officials also discussed the perspectives for improvement of bilateral cooperation and joint presentation in third markets.
They agreed that the development of economic cooperation is a guarantee of the stability in the region, which is why development of economic relations needs to go on, especially with regard to the simplification of border and customs procedures.
Vučić and Lagumdžija concluded that it is exceptionally important for the two countries to continue developing their cooperation in the energy sector, the statement added.