Serbia and Bosnia agree to boost bilateral relations

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić welcomed in Belgrade on Tuesday members of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency Nebojša Radmanović and Bakir Izetbegović.

They agreed that the two countries should in the future share even stronger ties, adding that “the events from the 20th century must never be allowed to happen again.”

During a joint news conference, Izetbegović said that Serbia and Bosnia have the reasons and interests to work on the improvement of mutual relations.

The Serbian president said that the talks held so far are based on the further cooperation between Serbia and Bosnia, adding that he expects the two countries to share even stronger connections in the future.

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