World Bank will continue supporting reforms in Bosnia

World Bank will continue supporting reforms in Bosnia

World Bank will continue supporting reforms in Bosnia Izvor: Vijeće ministara BiH

The World Bank will continue supporting Bosnia, especially reforms regarding the healthcare sector to make the system sustainable, as well as public companies in order to improve financial efficiency, WB Vice President for Europe and Central Asia Cyril Muller told a Bosnian Delegation led by Prime Minister Denis Zvizdic at a meeting in Washington on Sunday.

The World Bank officials and the Bosnian delegation discussed the continuation of their cooperation, most of all regarding the economic development of Bosnia and Herzegovina which requires financial aid. They pointed out the significance of building up the traffic, energy, digital and public services infrastructure as well as the improvement of the quality of financial aid to small businesses in order to increase their productivity and create jobs for economic development and for curbing emigration of youth.

Zvizdic and Muller agreed that the top priorities of the World Bank should be projects which have a direct influence on the quality of life of citizens and those which accelerate economic growth and increase employment.

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