Bosnian House of Peoples condemns attack, offers apology

The House of Peoples of Bosnia-Herzegovina's Parliamentary Assembly has condemned in the strongest terms the attack on Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.

Source: Tanjug
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The incident happened on July 11, during the Srebrenica anniversary commemoration in Potocari.

The House of Peoples also offered an apology to the Serbian prime minister and urged the competent bodies in Bosnia-Herzegovina to urgently determine who the perpetrators were.

“The House of Peoples condemns the attack on Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, which took place in Potocari on July 11,” reads the conclusion, passed on the proposal of the Club of Serb Delegates.

As the Fena news agency reported, the House of Peoples calls on the competent bodies in Bosnia to find perpetrators and determine the responsibility of those who had been tasked to ensure security for all participants of the commemoration.

“The House of Peoples voices deep regret over the fact that the Serbian prime minister was brought into such a situation, and extends an apology to him, in the hope that, as he has said, this will not affect relations of the two countries,” read the conclusions.

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