BELGRADE - Serbian Defence Minister Aleksandar Vulin and Russian Ambassador Alexander Chepurin on Tuesday discussed the successful past cooperation and plans for next year.
As a militarily neutral country, Serbia will continue to develop an active relationship and partnership with both the East and the West, they noted.
This has been stated by the chairman of the Serbian National Assembly's Committee on Kosovo and Metohija, Milovan Decun, who added that their plan was to send a message to the international community that they could destabilize the situation in Kosovo if they were indicted for the crimes committed by the KLA ("Kosovo Liberation Army").
Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik said on Thursday that Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity will not get involved in any activities to implement Bosnia and Herzegovina's NATO Membership Action Plan, MAP programme.
Dodik said that this was in accordance with Republika Srpska's declaration on military neutrality, and insisted that all representatives of the entity must abide by it.