Belgrade – Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency member Nebojsa Radmanovic on Monday said that they are satisfied with the very good relations between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina – in particular between Serbia and Republika Srpska, pursuant to the Agreement on Special Relations – and expressed the wish that those relations be enhanced further to improve the quality of life for the citizens of both countries.
Efforts must be made to establish the best possible cooperation, in particular in the economy and among all regional countries, because the Balkan states would much better face the challenges of the global market together, a statement from Nikolic’s press office quoted him and Radmanovic as saying.
Speaking about the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, President Nikolic said that Serbia, as a signatory of the Dayton Agreement, is interested in progress in both entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as in mutually beneficial cooperation.
He also said that he is against any changes to the Dayton Agreement, which he said would certainly lead to an erosion of stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the statement said.(TANUG)