On Tuesday evening, the Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milorad Dodik, called on the High Representative Valentin Inzko to remove together the plaque with the name of Radovan Karadzic from the student dormitory in Pale, Avaz writes.
Dodik stated that the board was set up “when Karadzic was not convicted of war crimes” and called on Inzko to remove it together when he is ready. Earlier, Inzko gave an ultimatum of six months to Dodik to remove the plaque with the name of war criminal Karadzic or he will call for a ban on traveling to the EU.
Dodik reiterated that he supports the Dayton Peace Agreement, BiH’s European path, but not NATO membership.
”Together, we must preserve peace in this area, which is what I wholeheartedly advocate,” Dodik concluded.