According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the sides have discussed the development of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations.
Earlier in the day, Lavrov held a meeting with Bosnian Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak in the country’s capital, Sarajevo.
After seceding from Yugoslavia in 1992, Bosnia and Herzegovina was in a state of war, with Bosnian Muslims, Serbs and Croatians fighting each other, until the Dayton Agreement was signed in 1995. The agreement formed two autonomous entities — the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Serbian-majority Republika Srpska — and the self-governing Brcko district.
Moscow has repeatedly said that Russia supports the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina in line with the Dayton Agreement.