Serb member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Milorad Dodik and Greek Ambassador to BiH Georgios Iliopoulos have agreed that the bilateral relations between BiH and Greece are good and that they could be improved further.
The BiH Presidency Serb member informed the Greek diplomat about the current state of affairs in BiH, pointing out that the failure to form authorities at the BiH level nearly a year after the elections was a big problem because the country was stagnating and that its citizens were suffering the most because of it.
“Until the Council of Ministers is formed, we will obstruct operations of the BiH parliament,” Dodik said.
Dodik expressed gratitude to Greece for supporting BiH on its EU path and recalled there was no agreement regarding BiH’s joining NATO, reports the office of the BiH Presidency Serb member.
He reiterated that Republika Srpska was in favour of cooperation with NATO but against joining the military alliance.
Ambassador Iliopoulos stated it was necessary to expand the exchange of goods and boost economic cooperation between BiH and Greece, which he said was not at an enviable level.