Serbian President opposed to “one-sided solutions in Bosnia”

Serbian President Boris Tadić has said that he is against imposing any solution on Bosnia-Herzegovina and “suspension of certain politicians”.

He has also assessed that speculations that some politicians could be excluded from political life over a referendum called in Bosnia’s Serb entity, the Serb Republic, RS, were “dangerous”.

“Imposing decisions or excluding some of the elected [politicians] from a political process is not a solution. The ideas that representatives of certain peoples and entities will be suspended are dangerous and Serbia opposes them,” the Serbian president stressed.

According to Tadić, the RS, Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina, international representatives and Croat politicians in Bosnia-Herzegovina can only reach a solution for the recent political crisis through a compromise.

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