Slovenian PM: There is no “Non Paper” that would include Redrawing BiH Borders

There is no “non-paper” that could be linked to the Slovenian government, which would include redrawing borders or violating the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, said Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa during talks with BiH Presidency member Sefik Dzaferovic yesterday.

Dzaferovic spoke by phone with Jansa, who told him that Slovenia supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as its Euro-Atlantic path, fully respecting the Dayton Peace Agreement.

BiH Presidency Member Dzaferovic said that any story about the ethnic and territorial divisions of Bosnia and Herzegovina should be prevented at the beginning, and that the only way for Bosnia and Herzegovina is its further internal reintegration and Euro-Atlantic integration.

They discussed Slovenia’s presidency of the European Union in the coming period, as well as the upcoming European Union-Western Balkans Summit, which Slovenia will host, and whose main topic should be accelerating the integration of the Western Balkan countries into the European Union, BHRT writes.

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