Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated in Belgrade on Feb. 1, during a meeting with international community’s High Representative Christian Schmidt, that Serbia was open for and committed to developing good neighborly relations and bilateral cooperation with Bosnia and Herzegovina, which means cooperation with its authorities at the central and the level of entities alike.
She stressed that Serbia was a guarantor of the Dayton agreement and that it respected the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Serbian government has stated. In her words, Serbia was also providing many possibilities, especially to young people, for developing their potentials, it invested in modern technologies and IT, and was also very open for building bridges with Bosnia in all fields.
Brnabic said she was looking forward to cooperating with the new convocation of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Schmidt concurred with the prime minister about the region’s stability and its economic development being crucially important, and said he viewed Belgrade as a true associate and partner.