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B&H and Croatia sign Bilateral Military Cooperation Plan

This year a total of 27 joint activities are planned in Croatia and 14 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the field of military education, training and military competitions and joint high-level and expert meetings

H. J. I. / Fena

Davor Kiralj and Zoran Šajinović

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Deputy Minister of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina for International Cooperation Zoran Šajinović and Military Envoy of the Republic of Croatia to B&H Brigadier Davor Kiralj signed the Plan of Bilateral Military Cooperation between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Croatia for 2021.

According to the signed Plan of bilateral military cooperation, which includes the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia, this year a total of 27 joint activities are planned in Croatia and 14 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the field of military education, training and military competitions and joint high-level and expert meetings.

Šajinović and Brigadier Kiralj both expressed satisfaction with the current cooperation between the armies and ministries of defense in order to further develop good neighborly relations between B&H and Croatia and expressed confidence that cooperation would continue to expand in the spirit of Euro-Atlantic integration, for the benefit of both countries, announced the Press Service of the Ministry of Defense of B&H.

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