President "most likely" to postpone Bosnia trip

The visit of Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic to Sarajevo, that was officially announced for June 16, "will most likely be postponed," reports said on Monday.

Source: Tanjug
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Tanjug was told by the president's cabinet that Bosniak member of the Bosnian Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic "this morning suggested to Nikolic to postpone the visit in order to carry it out under more favorable political circumstances."

The Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina last week announced Nikolic's first visit to that country since he took office. According to announcements, Nikolic was to be welcomed in Sarajevo "with military honors" and was to hold a meeting with members of the presidency.

This institution has three members, representing Bosniaks (Muslims), Serbs, and Croats.

Mladen Ivanic, who represents Serbs, currently presides over the presidency.

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