The Prime Minister of the Republika Srpska (RS), Radovan Viskovic, talked today in Banja Luka with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, about joint projects in the field of transport infrastructure, energy and gasification, such as the construction of the highway, Buk Bijela hydroelectric power plant and Trebinje airport realization is forthcoming in the coming period.
“In an open and cordial conversation, the Prime Minister thanked, on behalf of the RS Government, for the support that Serbia provided to RS in the previous period in the implementation of infrastructure projects,” the Government of Republika Srpska said in a statement.
The upcoming joint session of the two governments, which will be held in East Sarajevo, was also discussed. It was assessed that the current cooperation between the Republika Srpska and Serbia is excellent, and that there is room for its further improvement.
Viskovic also thanked Serbia for the help provided during the corona virus pandemic, especially when it comes to the immunization process.
In the delegation of the Government of RS, apart from the Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic, the Minister of Finance Zora Vidovic and the Minister of Internal Affairs Dragan Lukac participated in the talks. The delegation of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, in addition to the Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, included the Minister of Internal Affairs Aleksandar Vulin, the Ambassador of Serbia to BiH Aleksandar Đorđević, the Consul General in Banja Luka, and the Secretary General of the Ministry of Finance of Serbia.
A delegation of the Republic of Serbia led by the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, visited Banja Luka today. Vučić met with Željka Cvijanović, the President of the RS, and Milorad Dodik, the Chairman of the Presidency of BiH, and a session of the Council for Cooperation between the Republika Srpska and the Republic of Serbia was held, BHRT writes.