Prime Minister of the Republic of Srpska Zeljka Cvijanovic was paying a visit to the United States of America this week. During her visit Prime Minister took part at Transatlantic Economic Forum in Washington D.C. which is this year devoted to the countries of the wider Mediterranean basin.
Prime Minister Cvijanovic addressed the Forum and spoke about implementation of economic and structural reforms in the Republic of Srpska within the program of the Reform Agenda and cooperation of the Republic of Srpska with international financial institutions, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
The Prime Minister emphasizes that this event is a good opportunity to promote the Republic of Srpska, to present its investment climate and to exchange experiences.
Along with Prime Minister Cvijanovic, heads of representative offices of Republic of Srpska in Washington, Brussels and Vienna, Obrad Kesic, Mario Djuragic and Mladen Filipovic, respectively, took part in the Forum as well.
The Forum is hosted by the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Johns Hopkins University and would gather representatives of business community and political life from 13 countries of a wider Mediterranean basin and the co-organizers are the US Chamber of Commerce and the American-Bosnian Foundation.
As the organizers announced, this Conference attended the members of the transition team of the new American administration, high ranking officials of the State Department and the Secretariat of Defense as well as reelected congressmen and senators.