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BANJALUKA, September 11 SEPTEMBRA /SRNA/ - Serb member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Milorad Dodik has voiced pleasure that Laszlo Trocsanyi from Hungary might become a new EU commissioner for neighbourhood and enlargement because Budapest has the best sensibility towards the Balkans compared to other European countries.


"It is now impossible to comment on personnel solutions but one should expect that the European Commission will face a series of internal issues. That includes migration, Brexit and other important matters,” Dodik told the press in Banjaluka.

When it comes to the EU enlargement policy, Dodik recalls that politicians close to French President Emmanuel Macron oppose enlargement, which will be hard to overcome until the Union resolves the existing problems.

"Therefore, we will keep coordinating things, while resources and support for EU enlargement are significant. We in BiH have to find a way to respond to all the challenges, including in terms of population, to which the Western Europe has contributed to a large extent because it needs workers and faces social, education and religious problems. They are focusing on stopping the arrival of migrants from the Middle and Far East and having a base of labour force in the countries aspiring to join the EU,” said Dodik.

He noted that the basic issue was how to cooperate with the EU when BiH had not formed its authorities and added that he was looking forward to meeting the people from the European Commission.

Elected President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday nominated new European commissioners for certain portfolios, including the Hungarian Laszlo Trocsanyi as the future commissioner for neighbourhood policy and enlargement. /end/dš