Croatian PM backs Bosnia's Euro-Atlantic aspirations

Croatian Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic on Tuesday received Bosnia and Herzegovina's state officials and supported the Euro-Atlantic path of the neighbouring country which is expected to submit its application for EU membership on February 15, the Croatian government said in a press release.

Oreskovic held an informal meeting with the Chairman of Bosnia's collective Presidency, Dragan Covic, and the Speaker of the Lower House of the Bosnian Parliament, Borjana Kristo.

"Prime Minister Oreskovic expressed his firm support to Bosnia's efforts to join Euro-Atlantic associations, with all the challenges this process brings," the statement said.

The talks also focused on the position of the Croat people in Bosnia and the ways how to improve their status, the statement said.

Last update: Tue, 02/02/2016 - 15:36

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