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Chairman Zvizdić and deputies Bevanda and Šarović talk with Ambassador Wigemark

SARAJEVO – Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Denis Zvizdić and his Deputies, Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Mirko Šarović and Minister of Finance and Treasury Vjekoslav Bevanda talked with a delegation of the European Union, led by Head of delegation Lars Gunnar Wigemark on realisation of obligation the BiH Institutions implement as the requirements for the European Union membership.

Chairman Zvizdić and his deputies Šarović and Bevanda briefed Ambassador Wigemark of the level of activities in realisation of answers from the European Commission questionnaire. They said the Council of Ministers of BiH considers the process as one of the most important ones and that it is the next breakthrough on the European integrations road.

“All institutions which received questions have already started preparing the answers, so we expect to have an analysis of the first answers and answers to the questionnaire realisation degree by mid-February”, Chairman Zvizdić said at the meeting.

The other topic they discussed was the realisation of the activities to enable Bosnia and Herzegovina to become a part of regional investment projects, which imply the adoption of several relevant strategies, which would facilitate Bosnia and Herzegovina’s access to relevant funds, such as IPARD is, the resources of which are intended for agriculture.

The meeting was attended by Director of the Directorate for European Integrations of BiH Edin Dilberović.

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