Serbian Prime minister travels to Bosnia

Serbia’s Prime Minister Mirko Cvetković will pay an official visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina this Wednesday. During the visit, Cvetković will meet with President of the Bosnian Council of Ministers Nikola Špirić, the government press office said. 

He will then confer with representatives of both houses of that country’s parliamentary assembly.

While in Sarajevo, Cvetković will address a Business Forum session that will gather business people from Serbia and Bosnia.

The Serbian delegation will also include Trade Minister Slobodan Milosavljević and Government EU Integrations Office Director Milica Delević.

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