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SARAJEVO, June 19 /SRNA/ - The Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik said on Wednesday that the introduction of a reserve police force will not deter foreign investors from investing, as ambassadors of the Quint countries think.


Dodik has said that during a meeting with ambassadors of the Quint countries and the Head of the EU Delegation to BiH, Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, BiH Presidency members also discussed the European integration and the formation of authorities in BiH.

“They think that the authorities should be formed as soon as possible,” Dodik told reporters in Sarajevo.

Commenting on a remark that a deadline for the appointment of a BiH delegation to the Council of Europe will expire soon, Dodik said that many deadlines expired and that none of them should have expired.

“BiH should have its delegation in the Council of Europe. No one disputes it, but some are trying to carry out a policy of conditioning. I am against such a situation,” Dodik said.

He has said that there are many things in BiH that should be completed, stressing that BiH has not yet adopted a budget, even though half a year has elapsed.

Dodik reiterated that there is not a single reason why a new Council of Ministers would not be formed, a delegation would not be appointed to the Council of Europe or budget would not be adopted.

“If we want, we have solutions for everything. Let us return to Parliament, we will sit three days and complete everything,” Dodik said.

Regarding the US sanctions against him, Dodik has said that they can keep them for 100 years and that these are their internal disputes. /end/sg