Representatives of the Council of Ministers of B&H and the Government of Serbia signed at the premises of the institutions of B&H four agreements – on searching for missing persons, preservation of the Mehmed-Pasha Sokolović Bridge in Višegrad, cooperation in the field of telecommunications, and cooperation in the field of environment protection.
After the joint session of the Council of Ministers of B&H and the Government of the Republic of Serbia, representatives of executive authority bodies of the two countries accessed the signing of agreements as following: Protocol on cooperation in searching for missing persons, Memorandum of understanding in the field of telecommunications, Protocol on cooperation in preservation of the Mehmed-Pasha Sokolović Bridge in Višegrad, and Memorandum in the field of environment protection and sustainable development.
On the agenda of this institutionally significant and symbolically important session of the two governments were also a large number of items from different fields, dominantly related to bilateral topics, economic cooperation, and better circulation of goods.
As a reminder, Serbian delegation was welcomed yesterday with highest honors at the Square of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić, together with the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of B&H Denis Zvizdić, bowed to the flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
This session sent a message of quality cooperation between two friendly and neighboring countries which are clearly committed to European integration and want to base the relations on understanding, appreciation, and reconciliation.
(Source: klix.ba/ photo nezavisne.rs)