Croatia and Bosnia sign border crossing agreement

Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina signed inter-state agreements in Brussels on Wednesday to enable unobstructed traffic of people and goods from July 1.

Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusić and the head of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Vjekoslav Bevanda, signed a contract on border crossings and an agreement on border traffic.

At the same time, the foreign ministers of the two countries, Zlatko Lagumdžija and Vesna Pusić, signed a joint statement about the interpretation and implementation of the agreement on free transit through the territory of Croatia to the Port of Ploce, and through the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina to Neum.

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