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.
"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".
Speaking about the property, Dodik said in an interview with Belgrade's "Politika" that the Bosnia-Herzegovina's Constitutional Court has no right to determine ownership because it was resolved by the Dayton Agreement.
He announced that laws will be passed that will confirm that Republika Srpska is the owner of property on its territory.