Chairman of Council of Ministers of Bosnia-Herzegovina Zoran Tegeltija spoke with resident of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in BiH Andrew Jewell in Sarajevo.
On this occasion, the Chairman informed the Resident Representative of the IMF that the newly formed Council of Ministers is committed to continuing the implementation of socio-economic measures that will contribute to fiscal stability and improve the economic environment of BiH.
During the meeting, the interlocutors assessed that it is necessary to adopt as soon as possible the budget of the institutions of BiH for 2020 in order to continue the existing, but also open the way to a new arrangement with this international financial organization.
On this occasion, Tegeltija stressed that it is good for BiH to have an arrangement with the IMF, as the presence of this international financial organization gives security to other financial institutions and organizations, as well as future investors, to the fiscal stability of the country.
The interlocutors assessed that the cooperation between the Council of Ministers and the IMF has been correct so far, and expressed confidence that it will continue in the future, Biznis Info reports.