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Croatia and Bosnia sign agreement on handling of unlawful border-crossing

14. March 2011. | 07:33

Source: Croatian Times

Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina signed an agreement about the handling of persons whose entry or stay in the country is illegal.

Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina signed an agreement about the handling of persons whose entry or stay in the country is illegal.

The agreement was signed at a meeting between the BH Minister of Security Sadik Ahmetovic and Croatia’s Minister of Interior, Tomislav Karamarko.

Ahmetovic said that the agreement is the first of its kind made according to European standards, which confirms that BH is ready to rise to them.

Karamarko said that the agreement solidifies and "europeanizes" the agreement under which the two countries have successully cooperated along their 1001-kilometer long border since 2000.


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