The presidents of former foes Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia-Montenegro gathered Sunday for a two-day meeting to discuss relations 10 years after the end of Bosnia's 1992-95 war.
The meeting, at Mt. Igman near Sarajevo, was organized in part to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the war's end, the country's presidential office said.
Meeting participants included the head of Bosnia's presidential troika, Ivo Miro Jovic, Croatian President Stjepan Mesic and Serbia-Montenegro President Svetozar Marovic.
On Monday, they were expected to sign an agreement stating that future relations should be based on mutual respect of sovereignty and internal affairs, and pledging to improve cooperation, AP reported. V.A.
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