- Category: Politics
- Published on Tuesday, 14 December 2021 10:12
December 13, 2021
Ministers of G7 countries who met in Liverpool over the weekend have expressed a “resolute support” for the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina and called for the swift resuming of dialogue.
A joint statement signed by British foreign secretary Liz Truss, who chaired the G7 Foreign and Development Ministers’ meeting in Liverpool this meeting, condemned the divisive rhetoic and called for dialogue.
“We condemned all divisive and irresponsible rhetoric and action in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and called for dialogue to resume swiftly and for the country to refocus on a constructive agenda,” the ministers said in the conclusions of the meeting, which among other issues discussed the climate change, pandemic, relations with China and situation in Ukraine.