The President of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Nikola Gruevski, held a meeting today with the Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mr. Zeljko Komshik.
The traditional mutual respect and friendly relations were pointed out at the meeting, as well as the respect for the political commitments of each of the countries that lead to the joint objective – joining the Euro Atlantic integrations.
The President of the Government, Mr. Nikola Gruevski stressed that there are no open issues between the two countries, bilaterally, regionally and multilaterally speaking, and he pointed out that with today’s official visit it is expected to contribute to further deepening the relations and cooperation in the following period between the Republic of Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The question of completing the proceedings of signing several Agreements on various spheres between the Republic of Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina was opened at the meeting. These Agreements are in the final stage, and they would substantially enhance the legislation in several areas of the cooperation between the two countries.
Both interlocutors also talked about promoting the economic cooperation, whereby it was concluded that the effect made by the trade liberalization, in the period of the implementation of the Free Trade Agreement, has a tendency of overall trade exchange increase.