European Western Balkans

Banja Luka: CEI meeting on the issue of migration and the fight against terrorism

BANJA LUKA – The meeting of foreign ministers of the Central European Initiative (CEI) member countries began on Thursday, July 16, in Banja Luka.
The event is attended by foreign ministers of Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Serbia, Macedonia and Belarus, and other countries, members of the CEI, are represented by deputy foreign ministers and state secretaries in the ministries.

A guest of this ministerial conference is the EU Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn.

Main topics of the meeting will be the issue of migration and the fight against terrorism.

Bosnia and Herzegovina currently chairs the CEI.

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