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Brdo-Brijuni Process: Need for trust-building in region

TANJUG_maliSARAJEVO – The Brdo-Brijuni Process Leaders’ Meeting ended in Sarajevo on Sunday, underlining the need for trust-building, understanding, reconciliation in the region, support for EU integration, but also for refraining from rhetoric and moves that could stir tensions in the region.

Presenting the summit’s conclusions, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) Bakir Izetbegovic said the leaders had agreed to take concrete actions to try and resolve open issues through an intensive dialogue, bilateral and multilateral agreements, and make a joint plan for a coordinated fight against global security threats.

The leaders also agreed to make an effort to build a better education system so as to prevent a brain drain, raise economic competitiveness, ensure a free flow of people, goods and capital, improve connectivity through energy and infrastructure projects.

The participants of the Brdo-Brijuni Process also highlighted the need for implementing European standards and promoting European values through political, economic, social and other reforms.

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