Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with Serbian, Bosniak and Croatian members of the presidency council of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday and reaffirmed Turkey's support for this country, diplomats said.
Davutoglu was in Bosnia and Herzegovina to attend the Ministerial Meeting on Alliance of Civilizations Southeast Europe Strategy.
He had separate meetings with Croatian Chairman of the Council Zeljko Komsic, Bosnian Council Member Haris Sladzic and Serbian Council Member Neboysa Radmanovic.
During his meetings, Davutoglu recalled Turkey's support and talked about efforts exerted by Turkey to support the country in the international arena, diplomats said.
He informed them about Turkey's vision on the region and called for an atmosphere of peace and security in the Balkans.
Davutoglu also urged mutual economic dependence among the countries in the Balkans and pointed out the importance of multiculturalism which he said was one of the linchpins of the region.
Following his meetings, Davutoglu departed from Bosnia and Herzegovina.