Russia's Foreign Minister is arriving in Bosnia and Herzegovina next week to meet its officials and discuss further cooperation of the two countries, the Foreign Ministry of Russia confirmed on Thursday.
MFA spokesperson Maria Zakharova earlier said Sergey Lavrov would meet Bosnia's Serb Presidency member Milorad Dodik.
#Zakharova: On October 28, Sergey#Lavrovwill make a working visit to#Bosniaand#Herzegovina. The agenda includes discussions on the further development of bilateral political, trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian cooperationpic.twitter.com/mIHJfJBeZs— MFA Russia (@mfa_russia)October 22, 2020
“The agenda includes discussions on the further development of bilateral political, trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian cooperation,” the ministry tweeted, confirming that Lavrov will be in Bosnia on October 28.
Russia's official visited Sarajevo two years ago, ahead of Bosnia's general election, when he reiterated support to Bosnia's territorial integrity and constitutional order.
Lavrov also announced a visit to Serbia on October 28-29 and a meeting with President Aleksandar Vucic as well as Patriarch Irinej.