Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abazović said his country will not support the separatist actions of Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik, one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Recalling that Montenegro cannot change its neighbors, Abazovic said, “You may be in constant conflict with your neighbors or have no relationship at all. You can build a wall on your border or have very good relations. I choose the third. I think the goal of both BiH and the mountain Black is joining the European Union. He said.
Ending the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina Dayton Noting that the peace agreement had expired, Abazovich said the country needed a new constitution.
Criticizing Dodik’s increasingly separatist rhetoric, Abazović said, “I don’t think Montenegro will support Dodik’s separatist actions.” He said.
Referring to the proximity of Jakov Milatović, who won the presidential elections held in Montenegro on April 2, with Serbia, Abazovic assured that his country, Milatović, would not turn into a Serbian state.
Abazović emphasized that Milatović’s view on the genocide in Srebrenica is clear, “There was genocide in Srebrenica, and this is a fact that does not need justifications and explanations.” Use phrases.
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