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Hahn visits Bosnia and Herzegovina

SARAJEVO – Johannes Hahn, Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, will be in Sarajevo on Monday 21 March for an official visit.

The Commissioner will meet key interlocutors of the country including the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Chairman Mr. Bakir Izetbegović, as well as Presidency members Mladen Ivanić and Dragan Čović, Foreign Minister Mr. Igor Crnadak, the Chairman of the Council of Ministers Mr. Denis Zvizdić, the Prime Minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mr. Fadil Novalić, and the Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Ms. Željka Cvijanović.

The aim of the mission will be to discuss with the political representatives about the latest developments and country authorities’ efforts to further deliver on the EU integration path of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Ahead of the visit Commissioner Hahn said: “I am encouraged by the country authorities’ efforts to deliver on the necessary steps towards the EU, in line with Bosnia and Herzegovina citizens’ expectations. It is essential that these reform efforts continue in order for the country to move forward on its EU path”.

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