Friday, February 1, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (February 1,2008) - The International Community's High Representative and EU Special Representative in Bosnia Miroslav Lajčák warned yesterday all Bosnian politicians to make every effort to build trust and confidence between citizens and not generate suspicion and uncertainty.

“Lack of understanding can inflame fear in the population which still has very painful memories of the recent war,” Lajcak said.

At yesterday’s press conference the prime minister of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia ("the RS") Milorad Dodik said his party will seek the right to self-determination, including the option of secession for the RS during upcoming talks on Bosnia's constitutional order.

But,the International Community's High Representative and EU Special Representative Miroslav Lajčák said yesterday that “the RS does not have the right to secede from Bosnia, at the same time no one can unilaterally abolish the RS.”

“Bosnia is an internationally recognised state, its territorial integrity is guaranteed by the Dayton Peace Agreement and its existence cannot be questioned,” Lajcak stated.

The International Community believes a consensual process of the Bosnian constitutional reform is necessary as a means of making Bosnia more efficient and more effective for all Bosnian citizens, and in order for the country to conform with the EU accession requirements more easily,Lajcak said.

No comments: