Turkish representative office in Bosnia-Herzegovina hosted Tuesday a fast-breaking meal attended by many people from different religions in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Turkish representation chairman Fatih Ilhan stressed that Islam was a religion of peace and toleration and said the fast-breaking meals were good examples of that toleration as well as solidarity. "The gathering this evening showed us the fact that Ramadan is a month of peace and solidarity," said  Zekerijah Osmic, Defence Minister of Bosnia-Herzegovina expressing his pleasure with the organisation held by Turkish representative office. Among those invited to the meal were some Turkish representatives working in missions abroad, military mufti Ismail Smajlovic, Christian religious men, some senior managers, and some Turks living there.