Dodik's security raised to the highest level: "Based on the enclosed information"
Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republika Srpska announced that, based on the information received from the partner services on the possibility of endangering the security of the Serbian member of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina Milorad Dodik and his family from a certain group, his security has been raised to the highest level.
Paper says Serbia, Hungary elections important
Koper – Although Serbia and Hungary are not large or leading countries in Europe, elections in these two countries are not entirely unimportant for Slovenia, the newspaper Primorske Novice says in its commentary Let’s Watch Belgrade, Let’s Watch Budapest a day before general elections in the two countries.
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Media: Putin's next target is a country bordering Serbia?
"Putin is already on the lookout for this region," reads the headline of an article in the German newspaper Die Welt, which discusses the possibility of expanding Russian activities in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The text emphasizes that in the strategy of "returning dominance in the lost spheres of influence after the Cold War, one, so far neglected region plays a decisive role".
Bosnian Serb MPs Vote to Form Parallel Legal Authority
Lawmakers in the Republika Srpska National Assembly voted on Thursday to adopt a draft law to set up the entity's own High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council - intensifying the political crisis in the country as Bosnian Serb political leaders continue to challenge state-level authority.
Milanovic: "Republika Srpska should have been destroyed militarily"
He also said that Milorad Dodik, the Serbian member of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina, spreads ethnic hatred, but also that "there are many worse than him".
"Bosnia-Herzegovina will not survive, same as Yugoslavia hadn't made it"
Milorad Dodik also said that the best solution is to separate Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats in a civilized way.
Croatian President Calls Dodik ‘Partner’ amid Bosnian Electoral Crisis
Croatian President Zoran Milanovic (L), Slovenian President Borut Pahor (C), Member of the Bosnian Presidency, Milorad Dodik (R). Photo: EPA-EFE/IGOR KUPLJENIK
"We won't solve this problem without the Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina," Milanovic said.
Decision adopted in Banja Luka - D day for Republika Srpska
At today's session, four pieces of information were discussed, after which conclusions were adopted regarding judicial institutions, defense and security, and indirect taxes.
52 MPs voted, of which 49 from the RS ruling coalition backed the conclusions.
United States prepares a diplomatic offensive in Bosnia-Herzegovina
In an interview with the Guardian, Derek Cholet, a senior adviser to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, said the United States was determined to regain Bosnia and Herzegovina from being "on the edge" amid "secessionist threats by Serbian nationalists and that sanctions were among the options which they are considering".
Bosnian Serbs Started Paving the Way for their Own Army Today
The Republika Srpska parliament, a Bosnian Serb-dominated part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is preparing to discuss a declaration that has exacerbated tensions in the country and heightened fears of disintegration and has brought back memories of ethnic violence a quarter of a century ago.