Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić has stated that his country is ready to host a trilateral meeting between Serbia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Vučić stated that Bosnia is “one of the most important political partners of Serbia – since relations between us are key for preserving peace and stability in the Western Balkans and for a different and better future for citizens of both countries,” at a press conference after a meeting with the Croatian Chair of the Presidency of Bosnia, Dragan Čović. Vučić added that the border of Bosnia and Serbia should be decided on. He thanked Čović for backing the building of a Serbian Orthodox Cathedral in the split Croat-Bosnian city of Mostar, which Serbia has contributed $590,085 (500,000€). (B92)
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