Belarus will voice the priorities of its presidency of the Central European Initiative in 2017 in Sarajevo on December 13.
The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is hosting a meeting of Heads of Government of the members of this association. It includes 18 countries.
This will be the first time Belarus will have chaired a regional organization outside the former Soviet Union.
The participants of this meeting will discuss the prospects of cooperation in the framework of the association, the possibility of expanding trade and economic ties and the implementation of joint infrastructure projects.