Bilateral consultations between a Ministries of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina were hold in Sarajevo, 11 Apr 2017.
The commission of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia was headed by State Secretary Nemanja Stevanovic, while a commission of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina was headed by Deputy Minister Josip Brkic.
The talks focused on shared issues, informal team-work and a European formation process.
It was jointly remarkable that a shared family between a Republic of Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina were good, and that they were not diligent with critical issues. An comment was done that a high-level meetings were hold during an complete pace, and that mercantile family were developed. Attention was drawn to a need to initiate, as early as possible, a assembly of experts of both sides concerning a remuneration of aged unfamiliar sell deposits from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Convening of a assembly of a Inter-State Diplomatic Commission for Borders was also initiated.
They remarkable that 75 agreements were sealed between a dual states, and that there was an seductiveness in completing a treaty-law framework. They exchanged lists of agreements that would be prepared for signature in a entrance period.
The dual sides underlined a significance of team-work between a Western Balkan countries and emphasized, in that context, a significance of a Berlin Process resource and harmonization of corner plan proposals during a arriving Summit in Trieste. Both sides underscored EU membership as one of their foreign-policy priorities, expressing their mutual support of a process.