The High Representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Christian Schmidt, announced that the “controversial January 9 Republika Srpska Day” will not be celebrated in 2024 as it was this year.
In assessing the unconstitutional celebrations that have caused controversy and diplomatic crises throughout BiH and the region, Schmitt said: “States and entities can celebrate special occasions, but it will not be done like this. Public servants and civil servants have no business in these celebrations,” he said. .
In an interview with Oslobodjenje newspaper, Schmidt said he believes that the BiH Prosecutor’s Office will also review this year’s celebration.
Source: Balkan News
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