Bosnia and Herzegovina agrees with Ukraine, U.S. regarding accession to WTO

Bosnia and Herzegovina agrees with Ukraine, U.S. regarding accession to WTO

Bosnia and Herzegovina has agreed with Ukraine and the United States regarding the country's accession to the World Trade Organization.

Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirko Šarović stated this, according to Radio Slobodna Evropa.

"Bilateral agreements with these two countries [Ukraine and the United States] will be signed in Geneva at the end of July of this year, but Russia remains the only country with which we have not yet completed the negotiations," he said.

The problem concerning the completion of negotiations with Russia resides in the rivalry of trade relations between Russia and the European Union. In addition, there is also a number of service sectors in which Bosnia and Herzegovina cannot reconsider its position.


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