Wednesday, April 27, 2011

The Second Tripartite Balkan Summit


The Second Tripartite Summit between Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia has been launched with the participation of President Gül, President Tadic of Serbia and the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidential Council Chairman, Radmanovic.


President Gül, during the joint press conference after the Second Turkey-Bosnia-Herzegovina-Serbia Tripartite Balkan Summit, accentuated the cruciality of enacting the necessary reforms in the region, evincing: “Our common aim is to turn this region where antagonism once dominated into an area of solidarity and robust collaboration.” 

The second Tripartite Balkan Summit that President Abdullah Gül, President Boris Tadic of Serbia and the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidential Council Chairman, Nebojsa Radmanovic attended, has ended. President Gül, during the joint press conference, said their trilateral talk became quite fruitful and shared his happiness with the fact that the other two members of the Presidential Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina had attended the summit as well.

“All our wish is to brace the cooperation and solidarity between the three Balkan countries, help resolve the current problems and respect each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity without intervening in one another’s internal affairs,” noted the President, underscoring the very importance they attach to the stability and prosperity in the region.

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