Dodik "to brief Putin about situation in Bosnia"

RS President Milorad Dodik said on Monday his upcoming meeting with Vladimir Putin represents "a continuity."

Source: Tanjug
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The president of the Serb entity said he would brief the Russian president on the current political situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

"We will discuss economic and political matters. I will brief the Russian president on the current political situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the illegal work of the High Representative, who has violated an international agreement", said Dodik, adding that he would thank Russia for understanding and backing international law and the Dayton Agreement.

Russia "insists on consistent implementation of the Dayton Agreement but, at the same time, it is not ready to support the violence of the international High Representative," he told the Serb entity's public broadcaster RTRS.

Dodik will travel to Russia on September 23, two days before the RS Day referendum.

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