ISTANBUL – Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina will open a joint representative office for trade and tourism in Istanbul on Wednesday, Serbian Deputy PM and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic announced after a meeting of a trilateral trade committee set up by Turkey, Serbia and BiH.

It will be place where Serbia and BiH will be able to present their economic and tourism potentials to boost the volume of trade and tourism among the three countries, Ljajic said.

The three countries have agreed that Serbia and BiH together define an infrastructure project – a motorway or a rail line section – that would also be backed by Turkey, Ljajic said in Istanbul after meeting with Turkish and Bosnian counterparts Nihat Zeybekci and Mirko Sarovic.