Serbian PM meets with high representative for Bosnia
Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met on Monday on the margins of the Bled Strategic Forum in Slovenia with High Representative for Bosnia-Herzegovina Valentin Inzko.Source: srbija.gov.rs
According to the Serbian government, she said that Serbia wants to continue fruitful cooperation with Bosnia-Herzegovina.
She also "emphasized that she sees Bosnia-Herzegovina as one of the important economic partners of Serbia and that our country is satisfied with good economic cooperation and the fact that foreign trade is constantly growing."
Brnabic added that cooperation "could be enhanced by increasing investments, implementing infrastructure projects and joint appearance in third markets, first of all in terms of the military and construction industries, noting that this is in the mutual interest."
Brnabic and Inzko also discussed the situation in the region, and agreed that political stability and a frequent dialogue that will solve open issues are important for the development of the Western Balkans.
Brnabic stated that she expects "further intensification of political dialogue at all levels from Bosnia-Herzegovina" and hopes that "the mutual support on the path of European integration of the two countries will continue."