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Russia warns of possible destabilization in Bosnia


Russia warns of possible destabilization in Bosnia

Sarajevo, Apr 13 (Prensa Latina) The Russian embassy in Sarajevo today warned Western countries against a possible destabilization of Bosnia for which they would be responsible, due to the suspension of a regulation on public goods.
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According to the Russian diplomatic mission, the high representative of the international community in Bosnia, German Christian Schmidt, ordered to eliminate the law on public property, approved last February by the Serbian entity, the Republika Srpska (RS), Sarajevo radio informed Wednesday.

With this legislation, the RS aimed to appropriate state property on its territory, be it public buildings, infrastructure or land.

Since the end of the intercommunal war, which caused 100,000 deaths between 1992 and 1995, Bosnia has been divided into two entities, the RS and a Croat-Muslim federation, united by a fragile central government.

The German diplomat’s decision was described as “illegitimate” by the Russian embassy in Sarajevo, which asked in a communiqué that it be “annulled” by the board of directors of the Council for the Implementation of the Peace Agreement in Bosnia.

If several members of the council continue to yield to Schmidt’s arbitrary behavior, the entire responsibility for a possible destabilization in Bosnia-Herzegovina will fall on the representatives of the international community, the Slavic country’s embassy warned.


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