Turkish President in Serbia to attend tripartite Balkans summit
Turkish President Abdullah Gul arrived in Serbia on Monday to attend the meeting of tripartite Balkans summit, Anadolu Agency reported.
Presidents of Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia will hold the second meeting of trilateral Balkans summit in Belgrade on Tuesday.
Serbian President Boris Tadic will host the meeting which will also be attended by Bosnia and Herzegovina's Presidency Chairman Nebojsa Radmanovic, and Zeljko Komsic and Bakir Izetbegovic, other members of the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
First meeting of the tripartite summit took place in Istanbul one year ago. In a declaration released after the Istanbul summit, Presidents of Turkey, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina reaffirmed their commitment to maintain territorial integrity, sovereignty and legal identity of Bosnia and Herzegovina; and expressed their determination to preserve cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina and expand trilateral cooperation in several areas such as economy and environment.