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Mr Sredoje Novic, Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina and member of the Council of Ministers visited Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Slovenia

29.06.2012
On June 28, 2012 Mr Sredoje Novic, Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina and member of the Council of Ministers meet with Mr Karl Erjavec, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia at the premises of the Ministry in Ljubljana, Slovenia, where also Mr Dorijan Marši?, ITF Director, was present.
 
Minister Erjavec and Minister Novic exchanged their points of view on bilateral cooperation between countries, mostly on humanitarian aid. Special emphasis was given to ITF Enhancing Human Security, a humanitarian non-profit organization that was established by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia in March 1998 with initial purpose to assist Bosnia and Herzegovina in the implementation of peace agreement by raising funds, providing services and managing mine action projects.
 
Minister Erjavec has emphasized the support being provided to ITF by Slovenian government and expressed expectations that ITF will continue successfully implementing its activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
 
At the end Minister Erjavec expressed hope that he will have an opportunity to soon visit Sarajevo again and stressed that Slovenia will continue to support Bosnia and Herzegovina on its path towards Euro-Atlantic structures.

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