Wednesday, October 17, 2007


BRUSSELS, Belgium (October 17,2007) – International Community should find new partners in Bosnia for the current politicians are not able to implement the reforms necessary, the International community's High Representative in bosnia,Miroslav Lajcak,stated.

After a meeting with the Contact Group representatives on failure of police reform in Bosnia, Lajcak, as stated by a Bosnian State TV reporter, said that the biggest responsibility for such a situation lies in the hands of the leaders of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "the RS".

”I wanted my work in Bosnia to be focused on the country’s association to the European Union. We currently do not have partners to achieve that. We need to deal with that situation now in order to avoid the possibility of another failure”, Lajcak said.

Answering the question who is to blame for the failure, Lajcak said that the RS politicians have “mostly given up the previously defined obligations”.

”That is the fact and they know it”, Slovakian diplomat said and added that they are not the only ones to blame.

”I truly expected a more serious approach”, Lajcak said and emphasized that the negotiations participants on police reform acted as if they had a lot of time.

Reacing an agreement on police reform was the key condition for Bosnia to initial the Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the European Union.

Negotiations failed because the political leaders of the Serbians living in Bosnia did not want to eliminate the police of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "the RS".

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