'CIA will continue exchanging information with Bosnia’s intelligence'

Source: OSA BiH

CIA Deputy Director Vaughn Bishop expressed support for Bosnia’s efforts to confront its security challenges and said his agency will continue to support Bosnia’s institutions with information exchange, Bosnia’s intelligence agency, OSA, said in a statement on Saturday.

The senior official of the US Central Intelligence Agency met with OSA Director Osman Mehmedagic on Friday, where he reportedly expressed satisfaction with the strong partnership between the two agencies on issues of common interest.


Bishop later had lunch with US Ambassador to Bosnia, Eric Nelson, Bosnia’s Security Minister Dragan Mektic, the Director of Bosnia’s State Police (SIPA) Perica Stanic, deputy director of the Border Police, Fahrudin Halac, the head of Bosnia’s Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies, Mirsad Vilic, director of the Foreigners Affairs Service Slobodan Ujic, Interior Minister of the country’s Serb-majority region Dragan Lukac, Interior Minister of the other semi-autonomous region Aljosa Campara as well as the directors of both police forces in the entities, Darko Culum and Ensad Korman.