WorldEU Commission urges Bosnia and Herzegovina to return to membership perspective

EU Commission urges Bosnia and Herzegovina to return to membership perspective

“I came here because I want to see Bosnia and Herzegovina prosper and prosper,” said Oliver Varhelyi, a member of the European Union (EU) Commission responsible for enlargement, after their two-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina. said.

Varhelyi said:

“I explained to all my interlocutors that the European perspective on Bosnia and Herzegovina is real and reliable. I also made it clear that the EU is fully committed to the stability, sovereignty, unity and integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. My main message was that the leaders should take steps to reduce tensions.”

Emphasizing that country leaders should avoid tense rhetoric and institutions should continue to function, Varhelyi said, “The focus in the country should turn to the European agenda and the implementation of the 14 basic priorities (to be a candidate country).” made its assessment.

Varhelyi stated that he heard that his interlocutors were willing to move forward and find solutions.

Varhelyi held meetings with leaders such as Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidential Council President Zeljko Komsic, Bosnian member of the Council Sefik Dzaferovic, Serbian member Milorad Dodik, President of the Council of Ministers Zoran Tegeltija, President of the People’s Assembly Bakir Izetbegovic, within the scope of his visit on 24-25 November. Varhelyi, who also met with ministers and opposition leaders, also attended the regional conference on “Sarajevo Migration Dialogue” organized by the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Recently, Dodik’s statement that Republika Srpska (RS), one of the two entities in the country, would declare its independence caused a political crisis.

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