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Banjaluka: 6th gathering of southeast European officials ended

25. May 2009. | 09:10 09:22

Source: EMportal, Tanjug

Following the meeting with Republika Srpska Interior Minister Stanislav Cadjo, Dacic told the press that organised crime presents a challenge to the entire region, as criminal groups are connected and comprise people of various nationalities.

The 6th annual gathering of the officials from 17 South East European countries have ended today in Banjaluka, the capital of the Republic of Srpska.

RS Assembly Speaker Igor Radojicic, who hosted the meeting, has assessed that it was very successful. While pointing that in the past three days messages of peace, tolerance and understanding have been sent, Radojicic expressed satisfaction over the fact that this year’s gathering was held in the Republic of Srpska, i.e. Bosnia-Herzegovina, which is adorned with the richness of differences, which was the title of the conference.

Serbia was represented by Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, who has presented the firm stance of Belgrade about the need for cooperation in the region, as well as the development of good neighborly relations and respect to the international law, as necessary conditions for the preservation of peace and stability in the South East Europe.

Among the participants, there was also high official of the Russian Parliament Alexander Torshin, who pointed that the authorities in Moscow are standing firmly behind the Dayton Accord and will support any agreement among the three peoples and two entities in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

First Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic stated today in Banja Luka that it is necessary to set up a regional centre for the fight against organised crime.

Following the meeting with Republika Srpska Interior Minister Stanislav Cadjo, Dacic told the press that organised crime presents a challenge to the entire region, as criminal groups are connected and comprise people of various nationalities.

Dacic noted that cooperation between the Serbian Interior Ministry and the Bosnia and Herzegovina Ministry of Security is at high level, adding that the Serbian and Republika Srpska police have recently carried out a series of joint police actions and solved some serious crimes.

Today’s meeting concluded that the abolition of visa restrictions for Serbian and Bosnia and Herzegovina citizens must be achieved as soon as possible, said the Minister, adding that all countries in the region should support each other in order to speed up their EU accession.

We must do all we can to enable our citizens to live in a democratic, economically developed and socially just society, stressed Dacic.

Minister Dacic will attend today the 6th Annual South-East European Gathering "Richness of Diversities", organised by the Republika Srpska National Assembly.


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