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WB6 Leaders’ summit: Vučić arrives in Sarajevo

Sarajevo; Photo: Wikimedia Commons

TANJUG_maliSARAJEVO – Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić arrived in Sarajevo on Wednesday afternoon for a summit of Western Balkan PMs, scheduled for Thursday, March 16, Tanjug reports.
Vučić was welcomed at the Sarajevo airport by Bosnia and Herzegovina FM Igor Crnadak, Tanjug’s reporter said.

Crnadak said that the visit of Serbian PM is of a significant importance for further development of relations of the two countries, as well as for the whole region.

Thursday’s meeting will focus on regional projects and links in the transport and energy infrastructures, as well as on more substantial trade, the EU path being a common objective of all participants.

The meeting of the Western Balkan Six will bring together the PMs of BiH, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo.

It will also be attended by European Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn and a government representative of Italy, which will host a Western Balkans summit in Trieste in July.

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