Milorad Dodik, president of Republika Srpska, one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, said the Democratic Action Party (SDA), Bosnia’s largest party, could no longer strike them and they would not have to. Respond to blows.
After meeting with SDP Chairman Nermin Niksic and HDZ Bosnia and Herzegovina President Dragan Covic in Mostar, Dodik expressed satisfaction with the coalition without the SDA.
Noting that the new coalition environment makes reaching agreements easier than before, Dodik said: “It is a completely different environment than the period when we were not in coordination with the SDA. There is no SDA that can hit us anymore. We were constantly waiting for the SDA to hit us and strike back.” On those strikes, that was our way of working.” He said.
The Serbian leader expressed his satisfaction with the establishment of a government in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH), and said: “I am happy with the partnership we have made at the level of Bosnia and Herzegovina. All the necessary conditions for making a decision have been met.” He rated it.
Dodik stated that the next meeting will be held in Sarajevo, hosted by Bosniaks.
source: Balkan News
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