Serbian President starts visit to Bosnia

Serbia’s President Boris Tadić will today pay the first official visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Sarajevo expects a “sincere and friendly talk” and “progress” in all open issues.

Tadić will hold meetings with Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency members, Council of Ministers chairman and parliament representatives.

Political leaders in Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina have assessed that the first official visit to Sarajevo is a positive and welcome act, while Republic of Srpska (RS) politicians are reserved.

The main topics of the talks in Sarajevo, Tadić’s home town, will be European integration, strengthening of trust and regional cooperation.

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