Bosnia Presidency members officially welcomed in Belgrade
Members of the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), who arrived in Belgrade late on Tuesday, were officially welcomed on Wednesday morning.Source: Beta
Dragan Covic, Mladen Ivanic, and Bakir Izetbegovic were welcomed by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, in front of the Palace of Serbia in New Belgrade.
Beta is reporting that the ceremony was attended by Serbian ministers Rasim Ljajic, Zorana Mihajlovic, and Ivica Dacic, and Vucic's general secretary, Nikola Selakovic, while Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak was also in the BiH delegation.
Vucic and the visiting delegation then held a meeting that was expected to focus on political and economic topics, and on determining a part of the border between the two countries.
This will be followed by a plenary meeting and a joint news conference by Vucic and the Presidency's current chair, Dragan Covic.
The members of the Presidency will also be received separately by Serbia's prime minister and president of the National Assembly.