The chairman of the Presidium of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Milorad Dodik called the peaceful separation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republika Srpska the only solution to the problem. He said this on April 17 during a conversation with journalists at the Pasulyanske Livade training ground, where he was present at the exercises of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Defense of Serbia.
Commenting on the information about the appearance of an unofficial document, which again proposes to divide the territories in the Balkans, Dodik noted that the division of BiH into entities along the existing borders is the only way out of the current situation.
“In essence, there is talk about the possibility of a peaceful divergence of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is the only option that will definitely be implemented in the coming period. The only real option is to disperse peacefully, “TASS quotes Dodik.
According to him, in Bosnia and Herzegovina they say that they are against changing the borders, since the border between the Republika Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is established by an international treaty.
“It exists and will not change, it is recognized internationally. I think the controversy on this topic in BiH will continue, ”added the Chairman of the Presidium of BiH.
Now a document is being discussed in the Balkans, which involves reformatting the region in order to resolve the national question of the Albanians, Serbs and Croats. It is clarified that he was allegedly sent to Brussels by Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansha.
The document proposes the unification of the unrecognized Kosovo with Albania, while the part of the province inhabited by Serbs should receive a special status, following the example of South Tyrol.
At the end of October 2020, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Russia’s relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina can be characterized as a friendly partnership. According to him, over the entire period of cooperation, the countries have managed to build a stable system of ties based on pragmatism, mutual respect, mutual understanding on a wide range of issues.