Bosnia is divided, says Dodik

Bosnia is a country “irreversibly divided” along ethnic lines, Bosnian Serb President Milorad Dodik told a Serbian paper on Monday, 15 years after a peace deal ended the country’s inter-ethnic war in the 1990s.

“Bosnia is divided in an irreversible way” and “they (the international community) will eventually get tired and understand that they are trying to bring together something that cannot be brought together,” Dodik told the Vecernji Novosti daily.

“They cannot build a (united) Bosnia without taking into account Serbs and Croats. I am convinced that this project, after all these years, is failing.

“Fifteen years since the Dayton (peace agreement) it is clear that this attempt has failed,” Dodik stressed.

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