Sadik Babur Ceren, Turkey’s ambassador to Sarajevo, said that the process of forming a new government in Bosnia and Herzegovina takes time, but he is confident that this process can be completed without foreign intervention.
Ambassador Virgin attended the memorial service held yesterday in Sarajevo on the 30th anniversary of the killing of the Deputy Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hakija Torajlic.
In his interview with the correspondent of A.A.
Evaluating the allegations that High Representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina Christian Schmidt is preparing a new intervention, Ambassador Gern said: “As you know, Turkey is a member of the Executive Council of the Peace Implementation Council (PIC) and also represents other OIC countries. The objections you mentioned are publicly known and shared by OIC countries. We had consultations with the ambassadors of the Organization of the Islamic Conference in the past days. We also shared our common views with the High Representative after the meeting. As you know, the Office of the High Representative made a statement before BHT1 a few days ago. In this statement, the responsibility of political actors was emphasized In establishing legislative and executive powers at all levels within the framework of the law. From this statement, it appears that the High Representative is not planning a new intervention as you mentioned. It is clear that such an intervention, which would ignore the will of the people by excluding parliaments, would also be detrimental to the process of membership of the Union We have no doubt that Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has succeeded in organizing elections and forming its parliaments at all levels in accordance with According to the election results, it can also set up its own governments at various levels without outside interference. It took 15 rounds of voting to elect a parliamentary speaker in a major country in the world recently. Democratic processes can sometimes take time in each country.”
Source: Balkan News
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