- Friday, November 17, 2017 8:14 PM
Skopje, 17 November 2017 (MIA) - Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and Chairman of Bosnia/Herzegovina Council of Ministers Denis Zvizdic told a joint press conference Friday in Sarajevo that the two countries along with Montenegro will send a letter to all airlines interested to introduce a Sarajevo - Podgorica - Skopje flight. The initiative is also open for other countries, such as Bulgaria.
'We exploit every opportunity to advance the overall cooperation (economy, trade, information technology) as part of EU recommendations, but also in favor of the citizens of both countries,' said Zaev, who is paying a two-day visit to Bosnia/Herzegovina.
In this respect Zaev invited Bosnia to take part in the 1st Western Balkans Digital Summit, which is to take place in Skopje next year, the government said in a press release.
Zaev said he expected European prospect for the entire Western Balkan region. At all of my meetings with EU officials I'll support the EU-integration of all countries in the region, he said.
'PM Zaev has brought new positive energy in the Western Balkans,' Zvizdic said.
Zaev and his host Zvizdic commended the developing of the bilateral relations and economic cooperation. Macedonia and Bosnia share same goals of upgrading the living standard of their citizens, preservation of the stability of the countries in the region and the EU, NATO membership. lk/20:12
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