The Saturday meeting between Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, and Bosnia’s tripartite Presidency member, Milorad Dodik, ended without any media statements.
Orban and eleven of his associates arrived in Laktasi, in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina, around noon.
Traffic was halted for all motor vehicles on the section on the main road M-101 because of the visit.
Orban and his delegation met with Dodik and the Prime Minister of Bosnia’s semi-autonomous Republika Srpska (RS) entity, Radovan Viskovic, in a local restaurant in Glamocani.
Dodik, who is the leader of the ruling party in the RS, said previously that the visit is important for the entity and that he will discuss economic and political issues, as well as cooperation on energy infrastructure projects, with the Hungarian Prime Minister.