PM Tegeltija invites Hungary's Viktor Orban to visit Bosnia

PM Tegeltija invites Hungary's Viktor Orban to visit Bosnia

PM Tegeltija invites Hungary's Viktor Orban to visit Bosnia Izvor: VM BiH

Political relations between Bosnia and Hungary are not burdened with open issues, Bosnian prime minister Zoran Tegeltija said during a meeting with Hungary's Ambassador Krisztián Pósa, expressing hope that bilateral cooperation of the two countries will intensify.

The officials discussed current political and economic developments in Bosnia and the region, and exchanged the ideas on how to overcome the stalemate in Bosnia's EU integration process.

Tegeltija, formally the Chairman of the Council of Ministers, informed the ambassador about the Council's work, stressing that despite all challenges the ministers will work devotedly on solving the crucial issues in the interest of all citizens.

Bosnia and Hungary have good political relations without open issues, he stressed, adding that the two countries will intensify the relations in the sectors of common interests.

Tegeltija also invited his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban to visit Bosnia.

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