Monday, October 14, 2013

Republika Srpska opens representative office in Washington

10/12/2013 5:50:00 PM
WASHINGTON - Republika Srpska (RS) opened a representative office for trade, investment and cooperation with the United States in Washington on Friday evening, which will be headed by Obrad Kesic, the Washington-based analyst and consultant. RS Prime Minister Zeljka Kesic and Finance Minister Zoran Tegeltija attended the opening of the representative office. 
Besides many distinguished figures, the opening ceremony also brought together Serbian Ambassador in Washington Vladimir Petrovic, former Serbian president Boris Tadic who is on a private visit to the United States. In her address, the RS prime minister said this is Republika Srpska's eighth representative office in the world.

 "The objective of this representative office is to explain that Bosnia-Herzegovina and Republika Srpska as its part (one of the two entities in BiH) are not just part of the political story, but also an investment destination which has much to offer to the world," Cvijanovic said. Photo Screenshot Tanjug video

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