BiH’s Prime Minister met with newly elected Ambassadors of Poland and Serbia

February 5, 2019 10:00 AM

Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Denis Zvizdic met, on separate meetings, with Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to BiH Jaroslaw Lindenberg and Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Dordević.

Zvizdic and Ambassador Lindenberg discussed acceleration of the Euro-Atlantic integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and helping Poland on that path. Chairman Zvizdic pointed out that the path of BH to the European Union has no alternative and that for EU membership there is a full agreement of all relevant political factors in BiH. He expressed hope that a similar consensus would be reached regarding NATO cooperation as well.

Ambassador Lindenberg said that Poland is the best example of a country’s of what membership in EU and NATO means and how it brought development and expressed the full support to Euro-Atlantic integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Speaking with Ambassador Djordjevic, Chairman Zvizdic talked about the improvement of bilateral relations and regional co-operation. He underlined the importance of signing the Agreement on the Internationally Boundary Border between BiH and the Republic of Serbia. Chairman Zvizdic said that the region should take advantage of the positive momentum that has come with the Berlin process and engage in building transport, energy and digital infrastructure, and cooperation between BiH and Serbia on EU integration, economy, sports, culture, education, attraction of important and big investors, linking, reconciliation and creating the preconditions for a better quality of life for people in the Balkans so that young people can find their future in this area.

For the end of the meetings, Chairman Zvizdic welcomed Ambassadors Lindenberg and Djordjevic in the diplomatic mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina.



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