Swedish FM urges Bosnia to push forward with reforms

Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, who met with Bosnian leaders in Sarajevo on Wednesday, urged the country’s leaders to break through political deadlock and push forward with reforms.

Bildt said he hoped Bosnia “won’t be too late” with reforms that need to be adopted in the next few years.

“I hope that there will be a formation of the government and that other issues can be resolved,” the foreign minister said.  “What needs to come out of Bosnia is a decision to carry it forward along with Croatia, along with Serbia, along with the rest of Europe,” he concluded.

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