First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently in Belgrade with a Foreign Ministers of a Republic of Turkey and of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mevlut Cavusoglu and Igor Crnadak respectively.
After a trilateral meeting, a Foreign Ministers of Serbia, Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina concluded that a domestic ties among a 3 countries were during an glorious level, as good as that there was room for a graduation of mercantile cooperation.
Minister Dacic estimated that a 3 countries remained committed to team-work within their common unfamiliar routine priorities, such as full membership of a EU, notwithstanding a hurdles they faced in this process.
“Our 3 countries aspire to EU membership and Serbia in this context supports a European formation processes of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Turkey”, pronounced a Head of Serbian diplomacy.
He underlined that Bosnia-Herzegovina and Turkey were critical mercantile partners of Serbia, observant that trade in products with Bosnia-Herzegovina in a initial 9 months of this year amounted to EUR 1 billion 289 million, a 15% boost compared to a prior year, while a trade in products with Turkey amounted to EUR 710 million, so recording a 12% increase.
Minister Dacic forked to a significance of substantiating a corner trade deputy bureau of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in Istanbul, adding that this was a good approach to strengthen a mercantile ties among a 3 countries.
Furthermore, he underscored that a Belgrade authorities had an seductiveness for compelling team-work in appetite and tourism sectors as good as that Turkey was meddlesome in holding partial in a construction of Belgrade-Sarajevo motorway.
The Serbian Foreign Minister emphasized that Serbia had an seductiveness to follow intensity problems between a EU and Turkey concerning a migrant issue, observant that stretched family between them could do mistreat to Serbia.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Crnadak estimated that a family among a 3 countries were glorious and that courtesy should be focused on a strengthening of trade relations.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu stressed that a talks he had in Belgrade with his counterparts from Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina were open, focusing on a mercantile cooperation.
Minister Cavusoglu pronounced that Turkey upheld investors peaceful to deposit in a segment and that it would behind and take partial in a construction of a Belgrade-Sarajevo motorway.
The Foreign Ministers of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Turkey announced that a subsequent trilateral assembly would be hold in a initial half of subsequent year, in Turkey.