Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Chairman Zeljko Komsic congratulated Boris Johnson on his victory in the parliamentary elections.
“Prime Minister, I congratulate you on your convincing victory. I am convinced that the friendly relations of our countries will continue to develop in an upward trajectory, and that no matter what challenges you face, we will have your support for the Euro-Atlantic integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I wish you and your associates a lot of luck and success in future work,” stated Komsic.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson might finally be able to “get Brexit done.”
Johnson and the Conservative Party are on the verge of winning a sweeping majority in Parliament’s House of Commons in the United Kingdom’s elections this Thursday, based on exit polls (which are typically pretty accurate). This will deliver Johnson the mandate he needed to take the country out of the European Union by January 31, 2020.
With almost all the votes counted, the Conservatives picked up about 364 seats, which translates to more than a 70-seat majority in the 650-seat House of Commons. (The magic number was 326.) It’s a huge win for the party, and it should be more than enough to pass Johnson’s Brexit deal legislation through Parliament and finalize the UK’s divorce with the European Union.