16 October 2019
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At the invitation of Chancellor Angela Merkel, Denis Zvizdić, the President of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, made an official visit to Germany today. Zvizdić and Merkel discussed the improvement in bilateral relations, BiH’s path to join the EU and NATO, cooperation in the Western Balkans and current international issues. What Merkel said at the press conference after the meeting is in contrast with statements by some political figures in Belgrade and Priština who have been raising the possibility of the partition of Kosovo as a compromise solution. “The borders and territorial integrity of all the countries in the Western Balkans have been defined and are therefore untouchable. This should be repeated over and over again because there are some tendencies to talk about the change of borders, and that can not be done”, Merkel said.

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