Croatia, BiH hold first joint meeting

The governments of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) held their first joint meeting Monday (June 21st) in the coastal city of Split. They concluded that bilateral relations are good and are based on mutual respect of territorial integrity and sovereignty. Afterwards, BiH Prime Minister Nikola Spiric said that both governments are aware they should boost bilateral and regional communication in order to speed up their respective EU integration bids. Croatian counterpart Jadranka Kosor said that Zagreb fully supports BiH’s Euro-Atlantic bid. Two bilateral agreements were signed on the sidelines of the session — on police co-operation against cross border crimes and on co-operation in the IT and communication sector. The next joint session will be held in Brcko, before the October elections in BiH.

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