We are here for fellowship, Turkish PM says on his Bosnia visit
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has attended the re-opening of a 16th-Century mosque in Bosnia and promised to continue to support Bosnia’s EU and NATO membership bids.
Delivering a speech during the opening ceremony in Bosnia's second biggest city, Davutoğlu said the new building sent a message of peace.
“We are here for fellowship, for humanity, for multicultural Bosnia-Herzegovina. We were here, we are here, and we will be here for eternity,” Davutoğlu said.
Serb forces destroyed the Ferhad Pasha mosque during the war of the 1990s and it took 14 years to rebuild.