The Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Borgana Cristo, said that the priority of foreign policy for her country is membership in the European Union.
Within the scope of his contacts in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, Christou met with the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, the member of the European Union Commission in charge of Neighborhood and Enlargement, Oliver Varhelyi, and the President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola.
According to a written statement by the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Christo thanked EU officials for the candidate country status granted to BiH, and stated that BiH would accelerate its reforms in the EU membership process.
Pointing out that EU membership is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s priority in foreign policy, Christo said his country is focused on implementing 14 major priorities, which are of great importance on the path of the EU.
Christo thanked Bosnia and Herzegovina for the support it had provided, and assured that both Bosnia and Herzegovina and the countries of the region continue their EU membership processes with great sincerity.
In the statement, it was also noted that Varheli stated that today’s talks are signals that the EU provides strong and important support to the EU accession process of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and recalled 14 key priorities that are important for BiH.
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