Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Security Minister Nenad Nesic said that his country aims to cooperate with the European border and coast guard agency Frontex.
North Macedonian Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski met Nesic as part of his contacts in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Speaking at the joint press conference, Host Minister Nesic stated that Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Europe should work together to prevent criminals from exploiting people, and said: “Bosnia and Herzegovina, after developing cooperation with the European Union, the police organization (Europol) cooperated with Frontex, and put He has the goal of doing this. North Macedonia has done this very well and we need help with that as well.” He said.
Noting that Frontex creates a sense of being part of the unity within Europe, Nesic said that Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the intersection points that criminal groups use to escape.
Asked about the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Syria, Nesic said: “As for the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Syria, first of all, the relevant institutions must prove that these people do not pose a threat to the security of the country. They can return here after I personally receive these evidence and ensure that the persons involved do not pose a threat to the security of BiH.” He said.
Spasovsky also mentioned that they are preparing to sign an agreement with Bosnia and Herzegovina in the fields of forensic medicine, specialization and joint training, adding that “this kind of talks shows above all the joint efforts between the two countries in the field of security, organizing crime and fighting corruption.” He said.
Spasovsky stressed that his country has taken important steps in many security areas, “The stability of the Western Balkans means a stable Europe.” Use the phrase.
On the other hand, Frontex cooperates with the countries of the region Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro.
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