Open Issues Top Agenda of Slovene Parliamentary Delegation's Talks in Bosnia

Sarajevo, 11 July - A delegation of the Slovene parliamentary foreign affairs committee headed by its chair Jelko Kacin, met on Wednesday with officials of the Bosnian Council of Ministers and the Foreign Ministry. Both sides underlined the well-developed bilateral relations, saying that bilateral agreements, currently in the stage of drafting, should be signed as soon as possible, and suggesting that Bosnian citizens should no longer require a visa to enter Slovenia.

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