Support for Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Euro-Atlantic İntegration.

ddddddddddddddo Ahmet Davutoğlu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey paid a working visit to Croatia on October 3, 2013.

As part of his contacts in Dubrovnik, Foreign Minister Davutoğlu was received by Ivo Josipovic, President of Croatia.

Recalling that he was the first Foreign Minister with whom President Josipovic met after he took office in 2010, Foreign Minister Davutoğlu said that since then, the close relations between the two countries have developed continuously and emphasized that Turkey is determined to further the cooperation on both bilateral and regional issues.

President Josipovic underlined that Croatia attaches great importance to its relations with Turkey and is ready to develop the political, economic and cultural relations as well as relations in other fields.
At the meeting, situation in the Balkans, particularly developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina was reviewed. In this regard, it is agreed that the two countries will cooperate to provide support for Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Euro-Atlantic integration.

Foreign Minister Davutoğlu also met with Mrs. Vesna Pusiç, Crotia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and the EU. The Ministers exchanged views on bilateral and regional issues.