During his visit, Inzko will brief representatives of the Baltic countries on the overall situation in BiH, his recent report to the UN Security Council, and the outcome of the recent meeting of the Peace Implementation Council Steering Board Political Directors.
These will be informational meetings with the three Baltic countries, which do not have resident embassies in Sarajevo, and all of which are important members of both the EU and NATO.
The High Representative will express the view that the year 2012 can see major progress in the Euro-Atlantic integration processes as long as the parties quickly find the political will to overcome their differences.
Inzko will meet Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Audronius Azubalis on 6 June in Vilnius, Latvia’s Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics in Riga on 7 June and Estonia’s Foreign Minister Urmas Paet on 8 June in Tallinn.
In Riga, the High Representative will also give a public lecture on the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina hosted by the Latvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and in Tallinn he will participate in a discussion hosted by the International Centre for Defence Studies, an Estonian think-tank.
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