Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is set to proceed to Bosnia-Herzegovina on Friday after completing talks in Montenegro, statement from his office said.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu highlighted importance of developing cooperation among the countries in Southern Europe.
Speaking at the meeting of foreign ministers of the South East European Co-operation Process (SEECP) in Budva city of Montenegro, Davutoglu said, "if our countries can develop their cooperation especially in the areas of energy, trade, transportation and culture, they will have a brilliant future together."
Davutoglu also held bilateral meetings with his Greek, Albanian and Croatian counterparts.
Later, Davutoglu left Montenegro for Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Davutoglu will have talks in Banja Luka and Mostar, meeting with members of Bosnia-Herzegovina's Presidential Council and prominent leaders and decision-makers over issues such as a constitutional reform and efforts to form a government as well as Turkey's possible contributions to the country.
The statement said Turkey attached special importance to relations with Bosnia-Herzegovina in establishing lasting peace, stability and prosperity in the Balkans.