The Minister of Communications and Transport of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vojin Mitrovic, held a telephone meeting with the EU Ambassador to B&H, Johann Sattler, on Tuesday, March 31.
They discussed the activities that the Ministry has undertaken in line with the Conclusion of the European Commission of March 23, 2020, to establish the green corridors aimed at linking the Western Balkan countries with the Republic of Croatia and the EU Member States, the ministry announced.
Minister Mitrovic informed Ambassador Sattler that the ministry designated the green corridors for the international transport of goods on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina (border crossings Bijaca, Gradiska and Samac), taking into account the decision of the Croatian Crisis Management Committee on the border crossings designated for international transport of goods towards the EU and the Western Balkan countries.
– Bosnia and Herzegovina is the first Western Balkan country to define the green corridors designated in line with the joint proposal prepared by the Joint Secretariat of the Transport Community and the CEFTA Secretariat – Mitrovic pointed out.
The purpose of this document is to facilitate the trade and transport of goods addressing only those additional precautionary measures that have been or are to be taken in order to prevent the pandemic outbreak. Customs and other controls of good within the framework of legislative trade remain in effect in accordance with the CEFTA rules and the rules under the Stabilization and Association Agreement between the EU and the regional partners.
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