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Dzaferovic: Bosnia and Herzegovina supports Kosov-Serbia dialogue

Member of the tripartite presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sefik Dzaferovic, said today in Tirana after the meeting with Albania’s President Ilir Meta, that his country supports the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia that is taking place in Washington and Brussels, that seeks a sustainable and acceptable solution.

“Bosnia and Herzegovina support all regional initiatives which respect territorial sovereignty and integrity of all countries. We also support the free movement of goods, citizens, investments, and capital in the entire Western Balkans region,” he said. He stressed that Bosnia seeks to improve policy on the movement of people regime with Kosovo.

Albania’s President Ilir Meta on the other hand said he has encouraged the member of Bosnia and Herzegovina presidency to continue with efforts for a pragmatic solution for recognition of documents and facilitation of visa regime for Kosovo people.

Meta and Dzaferovic discussed the possibility of reopening embassies in Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, saying that this would improve bilateral relations.

Bosnia and Herzegovina do not recognize the independence of Kosovo.

In June of this year, the tripartite presidency of this country discussed the request of its member, Sefik Dzaferovic, however, the decision was not endorsed due to the objection of one of the members of the presidency, Milorad Dodik. The Croatian member of the presidency, Zeljko Komsic, voted for recognition of Kosovo.

Decisions at the tripartite presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina are made with the consensus of all three members.

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