Pope Francis Welcomes Council Leader Borjana Krišto of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Discusses Peace

Pope Francis welcomed the Chair of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Pope Francis meets with Borjana Krišto, Chair of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and discusses a number of topics, including peace. 
Borjana Krišto is a Bosnian Croat is the 11th Chairwoman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina since January 2023. She previously served as the 8th president of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2007 to 2011.
Vatican News released that Pope Francis, on April 3rd, welcomed the head of Bosnia and Herzegovina's executive leadership, Borjana Krišto, to the Vatican. 

After their private meeting, Ms. Krišto met with Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin, together with Archbishop Paul Gallagher, the Vatican's Secretary for Relations with States and International Organizations. During the cordial discussions at the Secretariat of State, both noted the good relations between their two countries, as well as the contribution of the local Church to society. Another topic were questions regarding the situation of the Catholic community and Church-State relations. The dialogue then focused on the situation in the country, with emphasis given to efforts assuring the legal and social equality of all citizens, as well as the importance of inclusive dialogue in political life for the common good of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In conclusion, discussions took place regarding enlargement of the European Union, highlighting with satisfaction the decision last December 2022 to grant the status of EU candidate country to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Edited from Vatican News - Image from the Twitter linked above