First deputy of the chairman of the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Covic, spoke in Zagreb with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Thursday.
They discussed the relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, and the current political situation in BiH. During the meeting, it was emphasized that they appreciated the open communication and solving all open issues in the spirit of good neighborly relations.
Covic informed Prime Minister Plenkovic about the obstacles, but also the urgent need to form government on all levels, especially the BiH Council of Ministers.
He said that legitimate Croat representatives in BiH are ready for cooperation, with changes to the Election Law as the only possible way to ensure and protect the constitutionality and democracy of the electoral process, while respecting the principle of constitutionality and legitimate representation at all administrative-political levels.
Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia Andrej Plenkovic once again expressed his full support for Bosnia and Herzegovina in implementing reforms aimed at moving closer to membership in the European Union.
Particularly important was the respect of the equality of all three constituent peoples in BiH, and especially Croats as the least constituent people, News Agency Patria reports.