High Representative Valentin Inzko held a videoconference today with the Slovak Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Ivan Korčok.
The High Representative informed Minister Korčok about the current political and economic situation in Bosnia and Hercegovina, especially in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the upcoming local elections in November, the migrant situation and the current status of the implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement.
“What citizens need and want are concrete solutions to their everyday problems. They yearn for political stability and positive perspectives. The politicians should work on providing those solutions, formulating plans, and promoting forward-looking agendas. Above all, strengthening the rule of law and creating a favourable legal framework for greater transparency of the public sector is something citizens would welcome,” said the High Representative.
High Representative thanked Minister Korčok for Slovakia’s support to the overall prosperity of Bosnia and Herzegovina and to the continuous efforts of Slovakia and the international community.