Milorad Dodik, President of Republika Srpska (RS), one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has announced that he supports President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the 28th general election for president and member of parliament scheduled for May 14.
Dodik made statements to SRINA News Agency regarding the general elections for the President and the 28th Member of Parliament scheduled for May 14 in Turkey.
Noting that Erdogan maintains peace and stability in the region, Dodik said, “President Erdogan is a man of peace and dialogue determined to stabilize the situation in the region and the world.” He said.
Bosnian Serb leader Dodik stated that Erdogan respects and values the Dayton Peace Agreement and the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Pointing out that Erdogan is approaching Bosnia and Herzegovina with friendly relations, Dodik said: “I call on Turkish citizens, originally from our region, to vote for President Erdogan, who has proven his leadership by protecting his country in the past period, in the May 14 elections. Thanks to his patriotism and determination, I have become Turkey today is a developed and modern country. made the statement.
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