Dalibor Miloš: Without US engagement, Bosnia and Herzegovina has no future

Aluminij Mostar

Dalibor Miloš, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Aluminij d.d. Mostar, attended a National Prayer Breakfast with the U.S. President Donald Trump, in Washington D.C. With more than three and a half thousand guests from around the world, Miloš has, as a representative of the business milieu from B&H, been part of the delegation from the South East Europe region. In the statement he gave us on this occasion, Miloš said that listening to the Commander in Chief of the most powerful country in the world, he felt a huge positive energy that unfortunately is noticeably lacking in B&H.

- With many world-class economists, diplomats, and politicians, both from the region and from around the world, I talked about business ideas and opportunities to establish stronger economic relationships, while in the same time, we face some of the burning problems in B&H in terms of its stability and the future of the country. Frankly, I was honored that the American leaders, regardless of the political party they come from, expressed a strong interest in the current developments in our country, and I firmly believe that Bosnia and Herzegovina needs the return of the US influence to our region, in full capacity. Without a stronger US engagement, I do not see a good future for us. I think we are looking too much at the current state of B&H, not thinking about tomorrow, and we can only emerge from it with the American help, given the strength of the US credibility in the region. I am convinced that the US would like to see better communication among the leaders in our country, as well as their better communication with the US administration. There have probably been some difficulties at various communication levels, but if we want to achieve progress, we need to find strength and overcome existing problems deriving from poor relationships. Without this, there is no future for us – Miloš concluded.

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