Denis Zvezdik, speaker of the lower house of the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina, responded to the threats of Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik to secede from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and said that Republika Srpska would never become a state.
Responding to Republika Srpska President Dodik, who said that they would not be able to stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina if the immovable property was “taken” from the Republika Srpska entity, former Prime Minister Zvezdik said, “Dodik will never be able to guarantee the secession of Republika Srpska. And it will never succeed.” In cutting off part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and violating the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. “Over the past fifteen years, whenever he threatened to leave, the international community found him ready to confront him about his demands,” he said.
Dodik’s threat to take immovable public property into the ownership of an entity is pointless, Zvezdik said, “The rhetoric of part of the EU or NATO force is stationed in the Brčko Autonomous Region, so the Republika Srpska to leave the country in any way should Stop forever. I have been suggesting for a long time. “Dodik will never succeed in establishing a state independent of Republika Srpska,” he said.
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