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Widmer-Schlumpf arrives in Bosnia

Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf on Sunday arrived in Bosnia-Herzegovina for a two-day visit, her second trip to the former Yugoslav republic.

This content was published on November 2, 2008 - 17:44

Widmer-Schlumpf met the director of the Bosnian border police and will attend an official dinner hosted by the country's justice ministry and police departments.

On Monday, the justice minister will have discussions with her counterpart Tarik Sadovic and will sign agreements that will make it easier for Bosnians to enter Switzerland.

She will also hold talks with representatives from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees and the International Organisation for Migration, and will visit a non-governmental association that supports Roma people.

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