Serbian parliamentary speaker says that Serbia “never asked for anything beyond the Dayton Agreement nor will ever do so”.Nebojsa Stefanovic, Serbian parliamentary speaker, told daily newspaper Glas Srpske on Monday that Serbia was ready to protect the interests of Republika Srpska in keeping with the Dayton peace accord, which ended the 1992-95 war in Bosnia.Stefanovic noted that mutual trust and good cooperation are recommendation for more frequent and open contacts with everyone, including high officials of the international community in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“We have never had any obstacles for this or any other kind of cooperation with representatives of the international community in Bosnia,” he pointed out.
Stefanovic pointed out that Serbia will endeavor to have best possible relations with all regional countries.
“I believe there is a room to enhance economic cooperation between our two countries, as well as with the countries Serbia adjoins. The current exchange with Republika Srpska is heading in the right direction, and I believe there is significant room for improvement of exchange in the field of agriculture, energy and all other strategically important areas,” the Serbian parliament speaker said.