Chairman of Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Denis Zvizdic (R) shakes hands with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic during their meeting in Sarajevo, BiH, on July 7, 2017. Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Croatia on Friday pledged here on Friday to strengthen bilateral cooperation. (Xinhua/Haris Memija)
SARAJEVO, July 7 (Xinhua)-- Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Croatia on Friday pledged here on Friday to strengthen bilateral cooperation.
Five agreements were signed at the end of the session on European integration, the search for missing persons, tourism, and the protection of classified information.
BiH Chairman of the Council of Ministers Denis Zvizdic said more than 50 items were discussed and that there was a readiness between the two governments to continue working on all current projects.
"We talked about important issues in the area of economic cooperation in the field of stronger infrastructure connectivity and in solving issues that can significantly improve the flow of goods, people and capital," said Zvizdic.
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said his country "strongly supports BiH as a full and functional state on its reform path and on its way to EU membership."
Both agreed that all bilateral issues would be solved as partners and good neighbors, respecting territorial integrity and sovereignty of both countries.