Bosnian Presidency members to take walk in downtown Belgrade

Members of Bosnia's tripartite presidency will arrive in Serbia on Wednesday accompanied by two bodyguards each, the daily Vecernje Novosti writes.

Source: Vecernje novosti

Their visit will be secured "by the Serb hosts in the full capacity," according to the paper, that said it received confirmation more than 1,000 police officers and members of special units will be deployed during the visit and along the route that Bakir Izetbegovic, Dragan Covic, and Mladen Ivanic will pass.

The same article said that Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will on Tuesday send to Sarajevo "a list of topics for the talks" that will be held in Karadjordjevo - a resort in northwestern Serbia - and that he will suggest to focus on "joint projects."

The Bosnian Presidency members will have a special welcome by the prime minister, writes the daily, that will include a folklore ensemble performing traditional Serb dances. It is also planned for the delegation to take a walk in the central city streets.

The paper writes that Serbian officials are prepared to welcome the guests and have put in place security capacities to ensure their complete safety.

The Bosnian Presidency members will arrive here on Vucic's invitation, less than two weeks after he came under attack during the Srebrenica anniversary commemoration. The invitation represents "another hand of reconciliation" offered by Vucic.


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