Implementation of Infrastructure Projects in Focus of Meeting with Delegation from Montenegro

There is significant room for improving economic relations and cooperation in the fields of energy, tourism, science and education between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, as well as for the implementation of infrastructure projects to enable greater and better flow of goods and people, said the Chairman of Council of Ministers of BiH Zoran Tegeltija with the Minister of Economic Development Jakov Milatovic and the Minister of Finance and Social Welfare of Montenegro Milojko Spajic.

The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BiH Stasa Kosarac, and discussed current political and economic issues in BiH and the region, in the context of implementing measures taken to overcome the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, as well as opportunities to improve cooperation countries in areas of mutual interest.

Chairman Tegeltija expressed satisfaction with the good and friendly relations between the two countries so far, which cooperate well in all areas and do not have open issues that burden bilateral relations, and pointed out the commitment of the Council of Ministers to work for good neighborly relations in the future.

He assessed the good cooperation between BiH and Montenegro in the process of European integration, especially within the IPA Cross-Border Cooperation Program, emphasizing that BiH’s European path, while respecting the constitutional competencies of all levels of government and the Dayton Agreement, is a priority in the current Council of Ministers.

On this occasion, Chairman Tegeltija sent an invitation to the Prime Minister of Montenegro, Zdravko Krivokavic, to visit BiH as soon as possible, it is stated in the announcement from the Council of Ministers.

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