In her talks with Viskovic, who is on his first official visit to Belgrade, Brnabic said that the improvement of cooperation with Republika Srpska is at the same time the strengthening of cooperation with Bosnia-Herzegovina, in the interests of peace, stability and the best possible connection and prosperity of the entire region.
Two key areas, in terms of projects, which are the most important for Serbia and Republika Srpska at the moment are energy and infrastructure, the Serbian Prime Minister noted.
Brnabic and Viskovic discussed the projects for the construction of hydroelectric power plants "Foca" and "Paunci", which are planned with the Memorandum on cooperation in the field of energy and which are important for the electric power systems of Serbia and Republika Srpska.
The two officials also spoke about the planned infrastructure projects, first and foremost the completion of construction of the Ljubovija-Bratunac border crossing and the further construction of the highway in accordance with the regional linking agenda.
The prime ministers also discussed a possible organisation of a business forum, with the participation of businessmen from Serbia and Republika Srpska.
In the first half of the year, a joint session of the two governments is planned, the 10th in a row, to discuss joint projects.
Since 2014 to date, Serbia has allocated approximately €22 million for support and projects in Republika Srpska.
Brnabic underlined that Serbia will continue to back projects in Republika Srpska whose goal is to boost the quality of life of all citizens.