Ahmet Davutoğlu, former Turkish Prime Minister, confirmed the arrival to the 10th Sarajevo Business Forum (SBF) 2019, which will be held from 17th to 19th April in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During his earlier visits to the SBF, professor Davutoğlu speaking about regional cooperation mentioned that if all Balkan nations unite, they can become attractive.
"But if they are not united, they are too small to be competitive on the market. We must strengthen our commitment to the region, be efficient and pragmatic. Our region has the potential, and it is up to us to develop a perspective," Davutoğlu said during his earlier visits.
Otherwise, connecting South Eastern European countries with the rest of the world and establishing infrastructure that will facilitate the construction of economic and other connection issues will be discussed at the 10th Sarajevo Business Forum.
Under the patronage of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency, the Sarajevo Business Forum is organized by Bosna Bank International (BBI) and Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) in cooperation with numerous international, regional and local partners. Last year's SBF was attended by more than 1,800 participants, including 370 accredited journalists, and over 365 B2B business meetings were held.