Davutoglu pays pos-election visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu yesterday arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina for a one-day visit to meet with the country's political leaders following the Oct. 3 general elections. Davutoglu is expected to exchange views on future deliberations by Bosnia and Herzegovina, reaffirming Turkey's support. Davutoglu will have talks with all three members of the Presidential Council, as well as Prime Minister Nikola Spiric and High Representative Valentin Inzko, who is tasked with overseeing civilian implementation of the 1995 Dayton Peace Agreement. According to the Foreign Ministry, Davutoglu's visit is expected to boost the already excellent bilateral relations between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina, further strengthen Bosnia and Herzegovina's perspective for integration into Euro-Atlantic structures, and reiterate Turkey's commitment to contribute to the country's peace, prosperity and stability.