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Serbian Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkic said in Sarajevo that Serbia sees Bosnia-Herzegovina as its closest neighbor and assessed that the two countries have many reasons to develop friendly relations.
We need projects and initiatives that will strengthen us. Serbia is ready for this and it wants the closest relations with Sarajevo, Mrkic told the press conference following talks with B-H Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija. The two ministers signed a memorandum on understanding between the Serbian Government and the B-H Council of Ministers pertaining to cooperation in the field of the EU integration, which, as Mrkic said, is the priority for both countries. They agreed that the two governments should meet more often. Lagumdzija expressed expectation that after President of the Council of Ministers Vjekoslav Bevanda’s visit to Belgrade scheduled for early 2013, the first meeting of the Council and the Serbian Government will be held.
Source: Radio Serbia
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