Serbian and Bosnian FMs "highlight good relations"
Serbian First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic on Monday in Belgrade met with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia-Herzegovina Igor Crnadak.Source: B92
They "highlighted good relations between the two countries," the Serbian government announced after the meeting.
Dacic and Crnadak "estimated that the previous period saw a significant progress in resolving outstanding issues, as is the case with the activities of the completion of the process of succession of diplomatic and consular property of the former Yugoslavia."
They "emphasized that in the forthcoming period it is necessary to continue and intensify mutual contacts at the highest political level and to provide additional impetus to the expansion of the overall cooperation."
During the meeting they pointed out the need to resolve outstanding issues, and in this context particularly emphasized defining the final boundary line between the two countries.
Crnadak took the opportunity to invite Dacic to come to a bilateral visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Dacic and Crnadak had the meeting under the umbrella of a higher level meeting by Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia-Herzegovina Denis Zvizdic, the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.