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The Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Ana Brnabić, expressed her hope that the region will continue to develop relations and a prosperous Balkan for all its businessmen, and invited Bosnia and Herzegovina to join the Open Balkans initiative.

The Prime Minister pointed out that economic exchange between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia has doubled in the last 10 years.

According to her, the BiH market is important for Serbia.  BiH is the second export partner, Germany is the first, while Serbia is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s third export partner.

“These parameters alone speak of how important we are to each other. I invite Bosnia and Herzegovina to join the Open Balkan initiative, the initiative to open borders,” Brnabić said.

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She pointed out that this is the sixth year in a row that Serbia has participated in the fair.

A delegation of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce is also in Mostar, and 14 exhibitors are present at our country’s stand.

Photo: Peđa Vučković

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