Presidency Chairman Komšić visiting United States on a working visit

Presidency Chairman Komšić visiting United States on a working visit

SARAJEVO, November 22 (FENA) – Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina is traveling to the United States of America, where, at the invitation of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian community in Chicago, he will attend a solemn academy to mark November 25 – Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Statehood Day.

The plan also includes a meeting in Washington between Presidency Chairman Komšić with Philip Reeker, US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Asian Affairs, Maureen Cormack, Chief Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, and Matthew Palmer, US Special Envoy for the Western Balkans.

Komšić will also meet in Washington with John Erath, Senior Deputy Director for European Affairs (National Security Council), James Anderson, Deputy Secretary of Defense for Politics, and David Truli, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Security Affairs, the office of the BiH Presidency Chairman announced.