On the second day of the two-day visit of Bosnia and Herzegovinia's delegation to Bulgaria, Bosnia's Council of Ministers' Chairman Denis Zvizdic met with Bulgarian Prime Minister Bojko Borisov.
Zvizdic talked with Borisov about possible improvements to economic cooperation between the two countries and the region.
He stressed that Bosnia is a secular state in social and cultural sense.
“We belong to Europe and we are completely focused to European integration of our country. We have always lived together in Bosnia and rest assured we will continue to live that way,” Zvizdic said.
Bosnian Prime Minister used this opportunity to invite Borisov to visit Bosnia once again.
On the first day of the visit, Zvizdic met with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev with whom he discussed further Bulgarian support to Bosnia in its European integration process, as well as improvement of economic cooperation between the two countries.
Zvizdic will stay in Bulgarian capital once more on May 17th, where he wil attend the EU-Western Balkans Summit.