NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called on all the country’s political leaders to refrain from divisive rhetoric during his meeting with Bosnian member Denis Beserović of the Presidency Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg met with Denis Besirovic, a Bosnian member of the Presidency Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, at NATO headquarters in Brussels.
According to the statement made by NATO after the meeting, Stoltenberg stressed the importance of stability in the region and indicated that it was of strategic importance to NATO.
Stoltenberg stated that the BiH administration should continue to focus on reforms and that multi-ethnic institutions at all levels should be protected.
It stated in the statement that Stoltenberg and Beserović discussed concerns about separatist actions and divisive rhetoric that “could create a fertile ground for malign external activities,” and said: “The Secretary-General called on all political leaders in the country to refrain from divisive rhetoric and take concrete steps toward reconciliation interior”. The statement is included.
Emphasizing that NATO fully supports Bosnia and Herzegovina’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, Stoltenberg also stated that they support the country’s desire to join NATO, and that the “defense capacity building” package, which is being prepared, is aimed at strengthening the country’s defense and security. opportunities, and that support for reforms in the defense sector will continue.
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