Monday, February 25, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (February 25,2008) – Resolution against Kosovo independence proclamation adopted by the (genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia) "RS", has no legal effect, for entities are not states and have no such jurisdiction, a member of the Bosnian Presidency Haris Silajdzic stated.

Silajdzic stated that the Bosnian Presidency will protect the integrity of Bosnia which is unquestionable.

He also emphasized that, for now, the Bosnian Presidency will not discuss Kosovo recognition.

Silajdzic is of the opinion that this situation shows that the first priority for Bosnia should be signing of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with the European Union. That is why it is important to accelerate all the diplomatic and reform activities in the region.

Silajdzic added that there are some individuals who think that they can solve everything through force. He said that it is important that the International Community did everything to make sure the situation in the region is made stable and that Bosnia joins the EU.

Silajdzic is of the opinion that two enormous opportunities are facing this generation – signing of SAA and implementation of economic strategy. He added that the reform processes should not be halted.

Now is the time for everyone to behave wisely. “We have cataclysmic experience”, Silajdzic stated and added that he understood the feelings that are related to the Kosovo situation. He said that he also understands feelings of the genocide victims.

Silajdzic stated that there have been some attempts of political officials to transfet the political crisis from Kosovo to Bosnia, but added that Bosnia will remain a sovereign country with its territorial integrity and international subjectivity.

”Slobodan Milosevic achieved nothing by force. This resolution will not help either”, Silajdzic stated and added that some of the political representatives of the Serbians living in Bosnia think that they can do as they are pleased. However, ultimatums lead nowhere.

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