At Green Valley, Bosnia-Herzegovina ambassador sees ray of hope for future 

Srinagar—Dr Sabit Subasic, ambassador of Bosnia-Herzegovina, recently visited the Green Valley Educational Institute, Ellahi Bagh, and interacted with its officials, faculty and students. 

During his visit, Dr Subasic said that he sees a ray of hope in the young generation of both the regions and is confident that they will play a positive role in the future. 

“We have seen a lot of conflict since last many decades. But I have a deep hope that our new generations will bury the ghosts of conflict and move on to live a peaceful life,” said the ambassador at GVEI.

The students of GVEI had a good interaction with Dr Subasic and posed a number of questions to him. 

Dr Subasic said that “Bosnia-Herzegovina is Kashmir in Europe” and both the regions have other similarities besides being conflict-ridden. 

“Our weather is just like Kashmir’s weather. I just feel that I am in my homeland,” he told students at the GVEI. 

The ambassador was accompanied by Asif Iqbal, President of Indian Economic Trade Organisation and G. N. Var, President J&K Private Schools Association.

Chairman GVEI M. Y. Wani welcomed the guests with the marching band of the school while Principal Prof. Razia Sultana felicitated the ambassador. 

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