Serbian President met with Bosnia-Herzegovina President

Serbian President Boris Tadić met on Thursday in Belgeade with President of the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina Borjana Krišto. They assessed that under the Dayton Peace Accords, agreement among all three constituent nations in Bosnia-Herzegovina is a prerequisite of any internal changes in the country. 

The post-Dayton Bosnia-Herzegovina is made up of the Muslim-Croat Federation, and the Sern republic, RS.

After the meeting, Tadić said that Serbia supports equality for Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks (Muslims), and wants each ethnic community to have the same chances for prosperity.

Krišto expressed satisfaction over the fact that Serbia supports democratic development that honors the views of all three constituent nations in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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