Michel: The EU will work to overcome the crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The leaders of the European Union agreed today in Brussels that “the EU will be engaged in order to stabilize the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” said the President of the European Council, Charles Michel.

Michel said that after the session of the leaders of the Union, who said that they “considered the long political crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina” and made it known that “the European Union is ready to continue high-level engagement” in order to overcome that crisis.

The EU heads of state or government underlined that “the leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina must show a strong determination to implement constitutional and electoral reform, which is vital for the stability and full functioning of the country.”

EU leaders also asked BiH’s political leaders to “support other priority reforms, as mandated by the European Commission in its Opinion that the country could be granted EU candidate status”.

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