The Speaker of the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denis Zvezdik, has asked NATO to deploy troops to the Brcko region in the north-east of the country.
Zvezdik stated, in a statement on his social media account, that the countries of the Western Balkans will also be discussed at the NATO summit to be held on July 11-12 in Vilnius, which is about 300 km from the Russian border.
Zvezdik, who asked NATO to deploy forces in the Brcko region on the basis of the Dayton Peace Treaty, which ended the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992-1995, said: “With this step, the project to separate Republika Srpska (Republika Srpska), one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina , it will be banned., and then it will be disabled.” Make an evaluation.
Zvezdek assessed the recent decisions taken in the National Assembly of Republika Srpska (NSRS) as a “separate movement” and said: “With the step that NATO will take, one of the biggest risks in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be successfully eliminated.” Use phrases.
Zvezdek emphasized that the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina want peace and that they would welcome NATO forces in Brcko with great support, and emphasized that the Republika Srpska glorifies war criminals and denies genocide.
The Republika Srpska leader did not implement the decisions of the High Representative
In June, the NSRS decided that decisions of the Constitutional Court of BiH should not be considered valid in the entity’s territory and that decisions of High Representative Christian Schmidt should not be published in the entity’s Official Gazette.
HC Schmidt also overturned decisions made by the NSRS and declared that they could not come into force.
Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik, known for his separatist rhetoric, said that Schmidt was not officially represented and that they would not implement his decisions. Dodik, who opposed Schmidt’s annulment decision, signed off on not publishing the High Representative’s decisions in the entity’s Official Gazette.
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