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English23/10/2021

RESULT OF ŠAROVIĆ’S SMART POLITICS WOULD BE DISAPPEARANCE OF SRPSKA

 

SARAJEVO, OCTOBER 23 /SRNA/ - Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations in the Council of Ministers Staša Košarac has said that SDS president Mirko Šarović has become a spokesman for SDA president Bakir Izetbegović and Head of the Intelligence-Security Agency of BiH Osman Mehmedagić Osmica.

 

“By his latest statement on what Milorad Dodik will tell Aleksandar Vučić, Šarović has given himself the role of a fortune-teller,” Košarac told Srna commenting on a statement from SDS president Mirko Šarović that the Serb member of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, will not tell Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić the truth and that Republika Srpska needs smart politics, and not waving with fists.

Košarac has asked what kind of smart politics Šarović is talking about.

“Does Šarović’s smart politics mean to ingratiate oneself with the Bosniak politics and foreigners? Is it smart politics to bow one’s head and wait for new decisions of the Constitutional Court of BiH to the detriment of Republika Srpska, new violations of the Constitution by two Bosniak members of the Presidency and the Ministers of Defense and Foreign Affairs, Sifet Podžić and Bisera Turković, respectively, new arrests based on the law imposed by Inzko and new unconstitutional, anti-Dayton decisions of the illegal /high representative/ Christian Schmidt?” asked Košarac.

He has warned that the result of Šarović’s “smart” politics would be the disappearance of Republika Srpska.

“Šarović’s attempts to get smart in Sarajevo in the previous term inflicted significant damage on Republika Srpska. Had it not been for Republika Srpska institutions that fought strongly against Šarović’s attempts, the damage would have been far greater. This is why it would be good for Šarović to stop attempting to get smart and playing a fortune-teller who is reading thoughts of Bakir Izetbegović and some international officials in Sarajevo," concluded Košarac. /end/sg