President of Croatia Zoran Milanović and President of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik held a working meeting in Hvar on the topic of the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
President of Croatia Zoran Milanović and President of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik on Tuesday held a working meeting on Hvar on the topic of the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the need to establish a functional government in that country, the office of the President of Croatia announced.
In a statement from Milanović’s office, it is stated that the two leaders discussed the relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, and “in particular, the need to establish a functional and efficient government in Bosnia and Herzegovina that will ensure the equal participation of legitimate representatives of all three constituent nations”, reports Hina.
‘Resolving the crisis’
Dodik “informed” Milanović about the talks and processes that are “trying to resolve the institutional and political crisis in BiH, and they agreed that this is necessary for the well-being of all three peoples in BiH, as well as for speeding up the European integration of BiH”, he added. are.
In a terse statement about the meeting, it is concluded that Croatia “supports and welcomes all the agreements of the legitimate political representatives of the three peoples in BiH that ensure their equality, the stability of BiH and its European path”, reports Hina.
Dodika, who in the first half of the month was declared an obstacle to the European integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina by the representatives of the European Parliament, the day before, after months of conflict with the central authorities of BiH, said that it is time for the passions in that country to calm down, thus suggesting a greater readiness for cooperation. concludes Hina.
Source : AL JAZEERA