Milorad Dodik, the Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), said last night that everyone would be calmer if there were an independent state of Republika Srpska (RS) and Herceg-Bosnia (Herceg-Bosna). Zeljko Komsic reacted to these allegations.
He characterized Dodik’s messages about the declaration of independence of the RS entity and the formation of the para-state entity of the so-called Herceg-Bosna as unnecessary speculations.
“It is in contradiction with the Dayton Agreement, and it significantly disrupts peace and stability in our region,” told Komsic.
In a conversation with the RS news agency, Dodik said that the existence of such a state of BiH was “wrong” and that only a “peaceful separation” was possible, more precisely “the proclamation of the RS as an independent state, Herceg-Bosna as an independent state, and an independent state for Bosniaks.”
Komsic noted that such statements must not be ignored.
“I just hope that the representatives of the international community in BiH will condemn such announcements, which on this occasion I would call both speculations and unnecessary raising of tensions, although I am not sure that these are just speculations and raising tensions,” he said, Klix.ba writes.