Tuesday, February 12, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (February 12,2008) - The International Community's High Representative in Bosnia Miroslav Lajcak stated that Bosnia will not pass any haste decisions related to proclamation of Kosovo's independence.

Lajcak stated in an interview to the “Glas” Magazine that Bosnia will not feel any influence of a possible proclamation of independence of Kosovo.

Answering the question which arguments will the EU have against the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia RS’s independence proclamation if Kosovo is independent soon, Lajcak stated “RS has no right of doing that. No mechanical parallels are to be made between RS and Kosovo”.

Commenting the political situation in Bosnia, Lajcak stated that he does not side the annulment of the Dayton Agreement, for “Bosnia, the way it is, is a fact. A fact foreseen by the Dayton Agreement. That is the way it is going to stay until the Dayton Agreement is changed. It can be changed only the way this agreement foresees”.

Lajcak, however, admitted that constitutional changes are necessary in Bosnia.

”We are now in a situation in which Bosnia should seriously think about the steps which will lead the country to the EU integrations. In order to achieve that, an efficient constitution and state are necessary”, Lajcak stated and added that all the changes need to be a result of a political consensus.

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