Turk­ish, Ser­bian, Bos­nian Lead­ers Talk Projects, Peace


ANKARA (Dis­patches) - Turkey’s pres­i­dent high­lighted the im­por­tance of con­tin­u­ing peace and sta­bil­ity among the Balkan peo­ples on Mon­day, said the Turk­ish pres­i­den­tial spokesman.

Re­cep Tayyip Er­do­gan had a meet­ing with his Ser­bian coun­ter­part Alexan­dar Vu­cic and Bakir Izetbe­govic, the Bos­niak mem­ber of Bos­ni­aHerze­gov­ina’s tri­par­tite pres­i­dency, at the pres­i­den­tial com­plex in the cap­i­tal Ankara.

Main­tain­ing peace and sta­bil­ity among all Balkan peo­ples in­clud­ing Bos­ni­ans, Ser­bians, and Croa­t­ians liv­ing in Bos­nia and Herze­gov­ina was stressed dur­ing the wide-rang­ing meet­ing, said pres­i­den­tial spokesman Ibrahim Kalin.

He said the lead­ers dis­cussed joint projects in the Balkans be­tween the three coun­tries, say­ing that these projects would con­trib­ute to peace, sta­bil­ity and safety in the re­gion as well.

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