Serbia respects Bosnia's territorial integrity
SARAJEVO - Head of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) Aleksandar Vucic has said that Serbia respects the territorial integrity of Bosnia-Herzegovina and is prepared to hold joint meetings of the two countries' governments.
Serbia has special relations with Republika Srpska (the Serb political entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina), but it has never threatened of referred negatively to Bosnia-Herzegovina's territorial integrity and sovereignty, Vucic said at a briefing for foreign media held at the SNS headquarters after the landslide victory at the snap parliamentary election on March 16.
"I think that Bosnia-Herzegovina did not have a more reliable partner than Serbia's previous government, and we intent to continue and advance that relationship," Vucic, who will probably become Serbia's next prime minister, stated.
He thinks the same about all the surrounding countries, adding that he will meet Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik in a few days, and that he is willing to visit Sarajevo.
He expects an invitation from Sarajevo and believes the central topic of the meetings there should be any unresolved economic issues, because he would like to Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina tackle other markets together.
He does not think Serbia will see a Ukranian or any other scenario, adding that he does not wish such things to happen anywhere, according to Radio Sarajevo.
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