Bosnian Presidency members arrive in Belgrade

Members of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina have arrived in Belgrade where they will speak with Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.

Source: Beta
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They have been welcomed in a ceremony in front of the Palace of Serbia and are expected to address reporters after the meeting with Vucic.

Dragan Covic, Bakir Izetbegovic, and Mladen Ivanic accepted Vucic's invitation to come to Serbia in order to "relax" relations between the two countries, sent after Vucic was attacked during the Srebrenica commemoration.

Covic, who currently chairs the presidency, said on Tuesday that the visit should be used "as a new opportunity and a step forward to consider the problems from the past realistically."

"One page must be closed. There are other institutions that should deal with the past, while we should deal with real life," Covic, who represents Croats in the presidency, said.

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