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Zvizdić met with ambassadors of the EU member states in BiH

SARAJEVO - Chairman of the Council of Ministers Denis Zvizdić informed today in Sarajevo the ambassadors of member states of the European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the progress that has been made in meeting the requirements for the EU membership

He said that Bosnia and Herzegovina and the entire Balkans have a European perspective which brings peace and stability in the region. Zvizdić has informed the ambassadors about the realized goals referred to in the Reform Agenda, adopted strategies, laws and regulations, and stressed the importance of regional cooperation. He also spoke about the importance of activating the Membership Action Plan (MAP) and said that the NATO process in Bosnia and Herzegovina is synonymous with peace, stability, new investments and that each subsequent step represents a strong message towards the prosperity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Ambassadors of EU countries have congratulated Chairman Zvizdić and the Council of Ministers on the results achieved so far and for the devoted and serious work of the governmental institutions in fulfilling the requirements received from the EU.