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Zvizdić: We have responsibility to keep countries on EU path

Participants of the summit (Vučić, Marković, Rama, Zvizdić, Hahn, Dimitrev, Mustafa, Alfano); Photo: Tanjug / Dragan Kujundzic

TANJUG_maliSARAJEVO – Stability, peace and security are key to political, social and economic development of the Western Balkan states, and the PMs of our countries have a responsibility to keep them on the European path, Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdić, said on Thursday, Tanjug reports.
Opening a meeting of Western Balkan PMs in Sarajevo, Zvizdić said that, at this time, all six countries of the region had very stimulating and optimistic indicators which showed they had successfully met all obligations on their European agendas.

In spite of the numerous challenges facing both the region and the EU, European integration of the Western Balkans occupies a significant place among the priorities of the governments of our countries, Zvizdić said.

This process is what represents stability, peace and security in the region, he noted.

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