The governments of Bosnia's Serb-majority region Republika Srpska (RS) and Serbia will meet in a joint session on Monday in East Sarajevo, RS prime minister Radovan Viskovic told media on Saturday.
The host of the meeting will be Republika Srpska.
According to Viskovic, the ministers will discuss various projects including the highway construction from the Raca border crossing to Bijeljina, a town in Bosnia's northeast, construction of the Trebinje airport, and the projects in the Drina river valley.
Viskovic said that these projects will prove that the brotherhood of the Serbs from the RS and Serbia is more than just a talk.
“Now we are showing with our work that the Drina river is a beauty that does not divide but connect. The Drina river is connecting the Serbs who live on both sides of it and that's how it will be in the future,” he said.