Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolai Melkov said that they support Bosnia and Herzegovina on its way to the European Union.
Melkov met his Bosnian counterpart, Elmedin Konakovich, in the capital, Sofia.
Ministers Melkov and Konakovich held a joint press conference after the meeting.
Melkov expressed his satisfaction with the visit of his counterpart from Bosnia and Herzegovina Konakovich to his country.
Melkov expressed Bulgaria’s support for Bosnia and Herzegovina on its way to the European Union, and noted that when it comes to Bosnia and Herzegovina, they have priorities of “ensuring stability and security in southeastern Europe, developing bilateral relations, and increasing cooperation in areas such as tourism and infrastructure.”
It is important that talks between the two countries continue.
Noting that Bulgaria was one of the first countries to recognize his country’s independence, Konakovich, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, said that it is ready to take the necessary steps in developing bilateral relations.
Konakovich, who invited Melkov to the 12th Sarajevo Trade Forum to be held in the capital, Sarajevo, from May 17 to 18, stressed the importance of continuing talks between the two countries.
Konakovich will also receive Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and Prime Minister Jeleb Donev as part of his visit to Sofia.
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