Milorad Dodik and Aleksandar Vucic
At a joint press conference with Dodik in the Government of Serbia, Vucic said that they talked about global issues, primarily related to the treatment of different military alliances.
Speaking about economic projects, the Prime Minister pointed out that they are progressing well and in accordance with the planned deadlines.
He stressed that this is primarily related to the work on the bridge Ljubovija-Bratunac, and that they also talked about the roads Bijeljina-Belgrade, Bijeljina-Sremska Mitrovica and Višegrad-Uzice.
I think that at the next joint session of the two governments of Republika Srpska and Serbia, we will adopt conclusions on how to prepare project documentation and start works in 2017, he said.
Serbia and Republika Srpska will jointly mark 75 years since the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) and the Jasenovac concentration camp, site of the heaviest and the biggest pogrom in the history of our nation, with a series of events, both in Belgrade and in Banja Luka, but also in Jasenovac, if we are allowed, Vucic said.
The Prime Minister noted that Serbia and Republika Srpska have expressed identical views on the different military alliances and stressed that Serbia will keep its military neutrality, and will not be a member of any military alliance, expressing his satisfaction that President Dodik said that Republika Srpska will have same kind of policy at the level of Bosnia-Herzegovina.