European Western Balkans

Crnadak in a working visit to Brussels, meets Rapporteur for Bosnia and Herzegovina Preda

BRUSSELS – Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Crnadak met on 6 February 2017 during a working visit to Brussels with a permanent European Parliament Rapporteur for Bosnia and Herzegovina Cristian Dan Preda, reads the statement published on the Ministries website.

They have discussed the EU Report on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Resolution of the European Parliament on BiH, the current political situation in BiH, the process of filling out the Questionnaire of the European Commission as well as other activities of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the European integration process, reads the statement. Permanent Rapporteur Preda has expressed his strong support for Bosnia and Herzegovina, but has also said that it is essential that the reform process and the fulfilling of obligations continue with same intensity.

Minister Crnadak and Rapporteur Preda agreed that Crnadak address the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament next month, when he will present the latest activities of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the European integration process.

Minister Crnadak during the working visit to Brussels met with Vice President of the European Commission and EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Federica Mogherini, Co-Chairman of the Group of Friends of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the European Parliament Jasenko Selimović, MEP Eduard Kukan, Chairman of the European People’s Party (EPP) Joseph Daul and EPP Secretary General Antonio Lopez-Isturiz.

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