Federica Mogherini met with the Foreign Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Igor Crnadak

Today, Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, met with Igor Crnadak, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

They discussed the remarkable progress the country has made on its EU integration path over the last year, when it applied for the EU membership and is now responding to the Questionnaire. They also discussed the ongoing reform agenda efforts: The European Union will support the country in this process, crucial for addressing the economic and social challenges, as well as in the areas of rule of law and public administration. Success in these reforms can bring important benefits for citizens and help advance the EU perspective of BiH as a single, united and sovereign country.

Finally, the High Representative and the Minister discussed on the importance of promoting regional cooperation. They also reiterated their commitment to continue the cooperation on security, counterterrorism and fight against radicalisation.