Serbia's next prime minister's first visit will be to Bosnia
BELGRADE - Serbia's next prime minister Aleksandar Vucic's first visit to a foreign country after assuming office will be to Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Vucic announced this when he presented the programme of his government to the parliament, explaining that regional cooperation, along with mutual respect and agreement would be one of the priorities of the Serbian government.
The government will continue to invest maximum effort in the accession negotiations with the EU and towards opening new chapters of those talks in June, he stated, adding that the goal was to complete all the cahpters by 2018.
The countries that complete all the chapters get access to EU funds, says Vucic, adding that his desire is to leave behind that access to some future government.