BRUSSELS – Chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH Denis Zvizdić talked in Brussels with Director General of the European Commission Directorate for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Christian Danielsson, as well as with the President of the European People’s Party Joseph Daul.
At the begging of the talks, Director Danielsson congratulated to Chairman Zvizdić for recent signing of the Transport Community contract between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Union. He commended efforts by both European and Bosnia and Herzegovina’s officials, manging to overcome barriers and put the interests of the state to the very top of their agendas.
Chairman Zvizdić and Director Danielsson agreed that the approved projects that BiH got at the Trieste Summit will yield concrete benefits to BiH citizens and businessmen.
Zvizdić informed Danielsson of the current economic and political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They discussed the implementation of the Reform Agenda aims, as well as the process of preparation of answers to the European Commission Questionnaire.
Chairman Zvizidić and Director Danielsson also discussed the improvement of regional cooperation, as well as the importance of adoption of the Excises Law, stressing that excises secure resources for funding important infrastructure projects.
Denis Zvizdić also spoke in Brussels with the President of the European People’s Party Joseph Daul on the current political and economic situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The President of the European People’s Party congratulated to the Mr. Zvizdić on the accession of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Transport Community and stressed the importance of membership for all BiH citizens.
They also discussed the reform processes that the BiH Council of Ministers is working on and agreed that reforms are a prerequisite for solving the problems that burden BiH citizens.
President Daul confirmed support for the European perspective of the Western Balkans and stressed the need to strengthen political dialogue and regional co-operation.