"I don't think anyone would dare start a conflict again in BiH (Bosnia-Herzegovina)... but that doesn't mean we should not react and prepare for every possible scenario," Izetbegovic, who currently chairs the tripartite Presidency of BiH, told journalists in Sarajevo, Croatian daily Jutarnji List is reporting.
After the 1992-95 war, the country is made up of the Serb Republic (RS), the Serb entity, and the Muslim-Croat Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina (FBiH).
"About 60 percent of Croats live mixed with Bosniaks in BiH," said Izetbegovic, who is the Bosniak (Muslim) representative in the tripartite BiH Presidency.
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