Milorad Dodik cancelled the talks on Tuesday after his demand that the flag of Bosnia's Serb-dominated Republika Srpska be placed next to the Bosnian state flag in the meeting room was refused by the other two members of the country's tripartite presidency.
Dodik then demanded that the flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina be removed if there was to be no Republika Srpska flag in the room.
Bosnia's politial future looked more uncertain on Monday after the hard-line Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik looked set to win the Serbian seat on Bosnia's three-member state presidency.
Polls closed at 7pm on Sunday in an election in which 3,352,933 voters were eligible to vote at 5,794 polling stations.
Turkey on Sunday marked the failed coup attempt of July 15, 2016 with receptions across the Balkans, including photography and art shows as well as religious ceremonies, marches and several sporting events.