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BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 12 /SRNA/ - Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Radovan Višković and Hungarian Ambassador to BiH Krisztian Pos stated that cooperation between the two countries is very good and that it could be improved through joint projects, primarily in energy and education.


During their meeting in Banjaluka on Tuesday, they spoke about the current political and economic developments in Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the special emphasis on Hungary’s experiences in using the funds from the EU pre-accession funds, reports the Government’s press office.

Višković emphasised that Republika Srpska was committed to the European path and that European integration was among its priorities, as was improving the business environment, developing the real sector, attracting investments and raising the living standard.

Pos pointed out that the Hungarian Embassy to BiH was interested in presenting projects to students in the field of education, as well as scholarships to interested students in the near future. /end/dš