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Davutoglu: We want peaceful Balkans

30. August 2011. | 08:02

Source: BH Daily News

Davutoglu emphasized that BH needs to from a government as soon as possible, so that it can become an important economic and touristic place in Europe.

The Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Ahmet Davutoglu has traveled to BH last night.

Before his arrival he said in a discussion with Oslobodjenje that “if we don't make the Balkans a place of joint living, the atrocities of the 90's can repeat themselves.”

"We want to see the Balkans as a place where nations, cultures and religions can co-exit peacefully All of the parties in question need to respect and appreciate each other. Even though Turkey doesn’t have common borders, we look at all of the Balkans countries as our neighbors. This is why relations are important to us”, Davutoglu said.

He added that “at least 500 years of the Ottoman Empire in these parts can be criticized but not rejected”.

"You can come so we can form friendships between cities and countries. We want to make a common economic, cultural integral Balkans where people are not fighting, torn apart or distant from each other”, Davutoglo stated.

Davutoglu emphasized that BH needs to from a government as soon as possible, so that it can become an important economic and touristic place in Europe.

"Without a government, a picture is formed that this is place where problems can erupt at any time”, Davutoglu said.

In Sarajevo today and tomorrow he is going to meet members of the BH Presidency, the BH Minster of Foreign Affairs an the Head of the Islamic Community of BH Mustafa Ceric.


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