Denis Besirovic, a Bosnian member of the Presidency Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, called on the European Union to impose sanctions on Milorad Dodik, the president of Republika Srpska, one of the two entities in the country.
In a meeting with the Ambassador of the European Union to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Johan Sattler, Beserović indicated that it is necessary for the European Union to impose sanctions on Dodik, after the United States of America and England.
Stating that the decisions taken in the Republika Srpska National Assembly contradict the constitution and the Dayton Peace Agreement that ended the war in the country, Beserović said that decisive action must be taken before the Dayton Peace Agreement is violated.
Beserović stated that the Serbian parliament, which called on the Serbian judge of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to resign, repeated the unconstitutional methods used by war criminal Radovan Karadzic in 1992.
The Bosnian leader emphasized that Dodik’s anti-Dayton policy should not be given more chances, and said he was being sent to the EU peacekeeping mission (euforHe added that the number of affiliates should be increased as soon as possible.
source: Balkan News
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