Serbian govt., Bosnian Council of Ministers to hold session

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said Thursday that the stability of Bosnia-Herzegovina is "of great importance for Serbia."

Source: Tanjug
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It is the condition for the economic progress of both countries, he said, announced that the government of Serbia and the Bosnian Council of Ministers would hold a joint session in Sarajevo on November 4.

Serbia has always had good relations with the Serb Republic (RS), but its relations with Bosnia-Herzegovina are good as well, Vucic told reporters in Strasbourg.

“Chairman of the Bosnian Council of Ministers Denis Zvizdic and I have met last night and agreed to hold a joint session of the Serbian government and the Bosnian Council of Ministers on November 4 in Sarajevo,” Vucic said.

“Bosnia-Herzegovina is one of Serbia's most important trading partners, and so is Serbia for Bosnia-Herzegovina,” he noted.

Serbia fully supports the stability of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the RS as an entity within Bosnia-Herzegovina, which is in line with Serbia's obligations under the Dayton accords, Vucic underlined.

“I think that this is something that a growing number of both Bosniaks and Serbs have started to accept. On the one hand, the Bosniaks understand that the RS cannot be abolished, and on the other, the Serbs understand that the RS will be a part of Bosnia-Herzegovina,” said Vucic, stressing that it is much easier when both sides understand this.

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