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The Deputy Chair of Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Zlatko Lagumdzija leads the state-economic delegation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which pays an official visit to the United Arab Emirates and Qatar from 6th to 10th March 2013.
During the official visit to the United Arab Emirates (March 6 - March 8, 2013) the Minister Lagumdzija will meet with high officials of UAE, and representatives of financial funds and companies from this rich Arab country.
The Minister Lagumdzija will lead the delegation of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Business Forum Bosnia and Herzegovina - UAE, which will be held on 7th March, at the Jumeirah Etihad Tower in Abu Dhabi, and will be hosting a reception on 8th March, taking place in Dubai, for the Bosnia and Herzegovina diaspora and businessmen from Dubai.
Within two day official visit to Qatar (9 and 10 of March, 2013), in Doha, Mr Lagumdzija will meet with senior officials of the State of Qatar, and will lead the delegation of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Business Forum Bosnia and Herzegovina - Qatar, which will be held on 10th March 2013.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina Delegation includes the FIPA Director Jelica Grujic, the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina for Bilateral Relations Amer Kapetanovic, the Vice- President of the Foreign Trade Chamber (VTK) of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bruno Bojic and representatives of more than 50 companies from across the country who will talk with potential partners in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar and present business and investment opportunities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, reads the statement. Source; FIPA
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