President of the Government of Croatia Andrej Plenkovic and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH Denis Zvizdic talked yesterday in Mostar. On this occasion, they agreed to a joint session of the Council of Ministers of BiH and the Government of Croatia in the beginning of June 2017, but they did not specify where the session will be held.
“I’m glad that I had the opportunity to meet with colleague Zvizdic at the opening of the 20th Fair of Economy and we talked about the topic of improving relations between BiH and Croatia, the economic cooperation, increase of investments and preparations for the joint session of the Council of Ministers of BiH and the Government of Croatia. All of our departments are participating in the preparation at the moment, and we believe that this session will be held in June,” said Andrej Plenkovic.
He added that they used this opportunity for consultation on the European path of BiH and the efforts that are made in the process of responding to the EU questionnaire.
Plenkovic expressed his hope that the committee will suggest for BiH to get candidate status after the evaluation, in order to get the date of accession to the European Union as soon as possible.
“Croatia will be the main supporter and friend of BiH on its EU path,” said Plenkovic.
Chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH Denis Zvizdic said that the meeting was constructive and that they discussed the European path and European integrations as well as regional cooperation. Zvizdic introduced Plenkovic with the capacities of Agrokor and Konzum regarding the number of employees and operations in BiH.
“We agreed on general topics for a joint session at which we can expect the signing of several important agreements and projects that will mean improvement of economic cooperation, infrastructure connections between BiH and Croatia and relaxation of relations on all plans. We will consult that there are no issues between the two countries and we will prepare appropriate models and conclusions for the session in the upcoming period,” concluded Zvizdic.
(Source: E. S. H./Klix.ba)