Saturday, October 27, 2007


BUDVA, Montenegro (October 27,2007) – A member of the Bosnian Presidency Haris Silajdzic discussed with Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic in Budva relations between Bosnia and Montenegro.

Silajdzic said that relations between the two countries are on the rise, which is good for both countries and the region.

“I am happy to see the success of our neighbours, because that is also our success”, Bosnian Presidency member Haris Silajdzic said.

“I am positively surprised by the speed at which the Constitution in Montenegro has been adopted,” Silajdzic said.

Silajdzic said that Bosnia is trying to reach political solutions that would move the country closer to initialling the Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the European Union.

“Our interest is to have cordial and friendly relations. It is important that we do not have outstanding issues and it is our wish to see an agreement within Bosnia as soon as possible and that we all together move towards the EU”, Montenegrin President Vujanovic said.

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