All attention directed to Bosnia and Herzegovina; Vui said: We respect the Dayton Accord – PoliticsEnglish

Serbia conducts a responsible policy, respects the Dayton Accord and the integrity of BiH, but also the integrity of the RS within BiH, said President Vucic.

Source: Tanjug


Commenting on the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vui stressed for the Austrian public service ORF that Serbia is not interested in the existence of tensions in this country.

Vui also said that Serbia, as the fastest growing economy, is least interested in tensions in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region.

“Serbia respects the Dayton Accord, it never questions the integrity of BiH, but at the same time it respects the integrity of the RS within BiH. Nobody needs problems in BiH , especially not Serbia, which is the fastest growing economy. Our policy is responsible, “he explained.

In the ORF article devoted to the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, during the dissemination of President Vui’s statement, it is stressed that Bosnia and Herzegovina is in a deep crisis, that the Bosnian Serbs are blocking the institutions communes. The ORF stresses that corruption, social problems and the growing number of citizens leaving the country are negative phenomena that Bosnia and Herzegovina is facing. It is recalled that elections will be held in BiH in October next year and that Milorad Dodik and other politicians in BiH will use the nationalist card to seduce voters.

At the same time, the ORF declares that there are no problems in the coexistence of citizens in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Former member of the presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bakir Izetbegovi, said relations between the three nations are good, taking into account that a war has been waged there. “Croats, Bosnians and Serbs have no problem spending days or doing business in any part of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” he explained.

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