Serbia accepts Bosnian ambassador after 3 years.

By bne IntelliNews February 10, 2010
Serbia has agreed on the appointment of Boris Arnaut for BiH ambassador in Belgrade , the foreign ministers of Bosnia and Serbia , Sven Alkalaj and Vuk Jeremic, announced at a joint press conference. Jeremic stated that the agreement represented a breakthrough in the diplomatic relations between the two neighbouring countries. We note that Bosnia has not had its ambassador in Serbia since 2007, with representation left at the level of charge daffaires.

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