Erdogan suggests reviving Croatia-Bosnia-Serbia dialogue

Source: Predsjedništvo BiH

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday suggested reviving dialogue between Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina), and Serbia to improve the situation in the region and reinforce good neighbourly cooperation, according to a press release issued after his meeting with Bosnia's tripartite Presidency.

Erdogan held talks with Milorad Dodik, Sefik Dzaferovic and Zeljko Komscic in Sarajevo, where he arrived to attend a summit of the South-East European Cooperation Process.

The Presidency's press release said Erdogan expressed willingness to support the revival of cooperation between Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia.

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 He also confirmed Turkey's support for Bosnia's Euro-Atlantic journey, which he sees as a guarantee of stability and peace.

Erdogan congratulated Bosnian authorities for the successful chairmanship of the SEECP, stressing that Turkey supports the cooperation in the region and that the SEECP is a useful mechanism to preserve the stability and peace in the region.

Speaking for media after the meeting, Presidency Chairman Dodik thanked the President of Turkey for keeping his promise and paying this visit.