Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc will proceed to Bosnia-Herzegovina to hold several talks and visits.
During his two-day visit, Arinc will visit the Zenica city firstly where he will address students at the Zenica University and later, he will visit the tracking and communication house of Turkish troops who are on duty as part of European Union Force (EUFOR).
After his program in Zenica, he will head to Visoko and come together with Visoko's Mayor Amra Babic, Europe's first mayor wearing a headscarf.
On the second day of his trip, Arinc will pay a visit to the tomb of Alija Izzetbegovic, the first President of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Later on, he will come together with Bosnian member of the Presidential Council of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bakir Izetbegovic, and Foreign Minister of Bosnia-Herzegovina Zlatko Lagumciya separately.
Moreover, Arinc will visit Anadolu Agency's (AA) Regional Office in the Balkans which was launched in March 11, 2012 together with Anadolu Agency's Director General Kemal Ozturk.
Within the scope of his program at the AA, he will broadcast the first news story in Bosnian from the agency's new news system, the News Transmission System (HAS).
Arinc will be the guest of AA Editor's Desk from Sarajevo and reply the questions of AA reporters.
After visiting Yunus Emre Culture Center, Arinc is expected to return to Turkey on Thursday.