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Belgrade, aid to Bosnian Serb entity for infrastructure

Vucic-Brnabic, summit with leader of Republika Srprska

02 September, 18:20
(ANSA) - BELGRADE - Serbia will allocate 5.5 million euros to support Republika Srpska (RS), the Serb-majority entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina, president Aleksandar Vucic and prime minister Ana Brnabic announced at the end of a meeting in Belgrade with Milorad Dodik and Zeljka Cvijanovic, chairman and head of the Rs government.

This financial aid, it has been clarified, will largely used to finance infrastructure projects and transport, in order to improve and strengthen links with the Serb area - roads, bridges and railways.

A joint session of both governments, Brnabic said, will take place in November, whereas Vucic announced the publication of a declaration containing key points and principles for the protection of Serbian language, culture and history.


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