Dodik "has no faith" in Bosnia-Herzegovina's survival

Milorad Dodik has stated that he "has no faith in Bosnia-Herzegovina" - a formation which he said "cannot live."

Source: Blic, Tanjug

At the same time, the leader of the Serb Republic (RS) noted that the Serb entity "is capable of overcoming delicate political processes."

In an interview for the Belgrade-based daily Blic, Dodik further said that he "feels" that the period between 2014 and 2017 will prove to be key to whether Bosnia-Herzegovina will continue to exist.

"There are certain factions that are saying - Dodik should be pulled up to the level of Bosnia-Herzegovina, where he could help build Bosnia-Herzegovina with his energy. But, I'm not interested in building Bosnia-Herzegovina," the RS president was quoted as saying, and adding:

"My answer was, that if it ever, hypothetically, happened that I should go to the joint organs, that will only mean that I understood Bosnia-Herzegovina had failed, and that I will go there in order for that final act to be realized."


OSCE alarmed at detention of Macedonian journalist

OSCE Representative on Media Freedom Dunja Mijatović has condemned the continued pre-trial detention of investigative journalist Tomislav Kezarovski in Skopje.

Region Thursday, July 25, 2013 12:06 Comments: 0
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