Serbia "won't interfere in RS elections" - PM

Serbia will not interfere in any way with the electoral process in the Serb Republic, or support any side, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić said.

Source: Tanjug

"I am in no way engaged in the elections in the RS," Vučić told Belgrade-based daily Danas, and underlined that Serbia will respect the will of the people and not voice its support to any of the candidates.

RS President Milorad Dodik also told Danas that he does not expect the support of Belgrade.

"In that respect, the position of Serbia's government is neutral. I expect the support of the people, that is, of the voters. I think that we have done everything to stabilize RS and the people appreciate that,” stressed Dodik.

"I did not even consider inviting any Serbian leaders to the campaign events, but I think that they made it very clear that they do not want to interfere in any way with the electoral process in the RS and that they would not accept such an invitation,” added leader of the Serb entity in Bosnia .

"We are perfectly content with the neutrality of Serbia's state leadership regarding the elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina,” said Dodik.


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