Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu held a series of talks as part of his one-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Anadolu Agency reported.
Davutoglu held talks with Presidency Chairman Haris Silajdzic and leaders of political parties including SBB leader Fahrudin Radoncic, SDA leader Sulejman Tihic and Social Democratic Party leader Zlatko Lagumdzija.
He also held talks with the European Union's Special Representative to Bosnia-Herzegovina Valentin Inzko.
During the meetings, Davutoglu highlighted importance of territorial integrity of Bosnia-Herzegovina and extended Turkey's support to Bosnia-Herzegovina in its efforts to integrate with the international organizations.
Earlier in the day, Davutoglu met Mustafa Mujezinovic, the prime minister of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Federation; Bakir Izzetbegovic, Bosnian member of the Presidency, Nebojsa Radmanovic, the Serbian member of the Presidency, and Croatian member of Presidency Zeljko Komsic.