SARAJEVO, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA (AP) - A top official in Bosnia said Saturday that Angelina Jolie is interested in supporting education and other projects to help young Bosnians and people who return to homes they left during the war.
Haris Silajdzic, chairman of Bosnia’s three-member Presidency, said after meeting the actress that she asked about ideas for projects she could support and they both concluded that “the absolute priority is education”.
The aim would be turn Sarajevo into a regional center of education, Silajdzic said.
“The film is a love story,” and is about a couple that meets on the eve of the war, her statement said.
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