Turkey, Bosnia agree on buildings of highways, hydroelectric plants

Mujezinovic said Yildirim and they agreed on a general frame agreement on highways and hydroelectric power plants to be constructed in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Turkey, Bosnia agree on buildings of highways, hydroelectric plants

Turkey's transportation minister came together with prime minister and minister of traffic and communications of Bosnia-Herzegovina in Istanbul on Tuesday.

Binali Yildirim met Mustafa Mujezinovic and Nail Seckanovic over a working dinner at Istanbul's Fener Restaurant.

"Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina are trying to boost their relations in recent years," Yildirim told reporters after the dinner.

Yildirim said Bosnia-Herzegovina's prime minister and minister of traffic had expressed their will to boost cooperation between Turkish and Bosnian businessmen and investors.

"2011 will be the year of giant leap forward for Bosnia-Herzegovina and Turkey," Yildirim also said.

Mujezinovic said Yildirim and they agreed on a general frame agreement on highways and hydroelectric power plants to be constructed in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

"We invite every one to 700-km highway and 3,500-kw electric power plant constructions," Mujezinovic said.

Mujezinovic said it was time for investments in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and invited every one to invest in his country.


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