The head of the Sanjak Democratic Action Party (SDA Sanjak), Süleyman Ojljanin, demanded a solution for the Bosniaks in Serbia, similar to the proposed Serbian Federation of Municipalities to be established in Kosovo.
Oglianin, who wrote a letter to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and representatives of the European Union and the United States, stated that he was unhappy with the position and treatment of Bosniaks in Serbia.
Ogljanin demanded a continuation of dialogue with Kosovo so that Serbia could continue its path to EU membership, and that Bosniaks in Serbia be granted the same rights as Kosovo Serbs.
Oglianin said that Serbia’s rejection of the Franco-German plan could lead to a halt in negotiations with the European Union, withdrawal of investments and an end to visa liberalization, which could mean uncertainty and instability for Bosniaks in Serbia.
Oglianin visited Kosovo with Albanian representatives in Serbia a while ago, and the Kosovo government issued a statement saying that the rights required for Kosovo Serbs under reciprocity should also be granted to Bosniaks and Albanians in Serbia.
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