The Prime Minister of the Republika Srpska, Radovan Višković, stated that his visit to Hungary was successful, as Hungary has committed to financing three projects abandoned by the German Development Bank, totaling over 100 million euros.
“One project is the Hrgud wind farm, the second is the revitalization of the hydroelectric plant on the Trebišnjica River, and the third is a wastewater treatment plant in Gradiška,” Višković said in Banja Luka.
He emphasized on Thursday that during his visit to Hungary, he met with the Minister of Economic Development, Marton Nađ, who, along with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Peter Sijarto, is one of the closest associates of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
Višković highlighted that he agreed with Nađ to organize a joint economic forum in Banja Luka in the first half of next year, of which he will be the host.
“Republika Srpska and Hungary have a little over two months to gather businessmen from both sides. We want to bring together people who will not introduce themselves or present their personal information at that time but finalize agreements through the exchange of information and potential questions and answers,” Višković said.