Croat leader welcomes the Presidency's agreement on Bosnia's prime minister

Croat leader welcomes the Presidency's agreement on Bosnia's prime minister

Croat leader welcomes the Presidency's agreement on Bosnia's prime minister Izvor: N1

Bosnian Croat leader Dragan Covic welcomed the tripartite Presidency's support for Zoran Tegeltija as the country's prime minister.

“The formation of the authorities is a positive step forward for Bosnia. Speeding up the EU and NATO path is Bosnia's leading foreign policy goal offering a long-term vision of development. Cooperation, optimism and equality of constituent peoples is the path to the reformed and powerful joint homeland,” the leader of the strongest Croat party in the country, the Croat Democratic Union (HDZ BiH), Dragan Covic tweeted.

The Croat leader said Monday evening he should meet with the leaders of the strongest Serb and Bosniak parties, the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD) and the Democratic Action Party (SDA), Milorad Dodik, and Bakir Izetbegovic in seven to eight days to bring the government formation process to an end.

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