The Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Zoran Tegeltija, stated that it would not be the first time that an agreement on an arrangement was not reached in the first round of negotiations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the International Monetary Fund, so he is not optimistic that a final agreement on an extended arrangement worth around 1.5 billion BAM will be reached on January 8, as mentioned earlier.
”There are six open issues, not all of which are related to the Republika
He believes that the conditions set by the IMF in certain elements are not in line with some of the goals of this
He stated that he expected that much more attention in those negotiations would be paid to the fight against the coronavirus. According to him, after agreeing on some key topics, it is to be expected that negotiations with the IMF will continue.