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Officials: Let's improve ties, leave history to historians

16. June 2010. | 07:56 08:00

Source: Beta, Infobiro.tv

A Bosnian delegation spearheaded by Sulejman Tihic, chairman of the House of Peoples of the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as Serbian officials, said on June 15, in Belgrade, that the Bosnian officials' visit was important for the further development of relations between the two countries and commented that "history should be left to historians."

A Bosnian delegation spearheaded by Sulejman Tihic, chairman of the House of Peoples of the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as Serbian officials, said on June 15, in Belgrade, that the Bosnian officials' visit was important for the further development of relations between the two countries and commented that "history should be left to historians."

The Bosnian delegation, which includes Mustafa Mujezinovic, the premier of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sadik Ahmetovic, security minister and deputy head of the Council of Ministers, Mirsad Kebo, vice president of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Republika Srpska Vice President Adil Osmanlovic, arrived for a two-day visit to Serbia in what Serbian officials described as "an important political moment."

Tihic met with Serbian President Boris Tadic, who said the fundamental principle in Serbia's bilateral relations with Bosnia was that there was "no imposition of solutions."

Tihic said the visit to Serbia was encouragement to even better relations, because "good and friendly relations with Serbia and other neighbors" were in Bosnia's strategic interest.

Similar statements were made after Tihic's meeting with Serbian Minister without Portfolio Sulejman Ugljanin, stressing that the Bosnian delegation's visit was important for the stability of Serbia and the region as a whole.

Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic and Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Premier Mujezinovic affirmed interest in advancing regional cooperation and exchange of experiences in the process of integrating Western Balkan countries into the European Union, and in expanding and improving economic relations and deepening cooperation.

Serbian and Bosnian interior ministers Ivica Dacic and Sadik Ahmetovic said cooperation between the two countries' police forces was exceptional, as testified by several successful joint operations.

The delegation from Bosnia is to leave Serbia on June 16, after meeting with representatives of the Bosniak community in Novi Pazar.

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