Prime Minister Boyko Borisov is on a visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Today the prime minister will open the International Economic Fair held for the 21st time in Mostar, the press service of the Council of Ministers announced. The invitation to attend is by the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina and by Serbian President Alexander Vucic, whose country this year is a partner of the exhibition.
The Mostar Fair is a meeting place for business representatives from the region and large international companies. With his presence, Prime Minister Borisov will highlight the importance of the economic development of the Western Balkan countries for their European perspective, the government's press service noted.
Boyko Borissov met yesterday with Dragan Covic, a member of the presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the one who hosts the International Economic Fair in Mostar.
"In this important electoral year for Bosnia and Herzegovina, we will in any way try to help the unity of the state. In the Balkans we can not act selfishly, a problem in any country affects others, so I also rely on my colleagues for peace, "Borisov said after the meeting.
They discussed bilateral relations, which have an untapped potential over the common opinion, the Euro-Atlantic perspective of the countries in the region and the most serious instrument for its guarantee - the development of the economy and the infrastructure.