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English17/01/2020

PEACE AND POLITICAL STABILITY IN THE BALKANS – ESSENTIAL NEED OF SERB PEOPLE

 

BELGRADE, JANUARY 17 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić says that the essential need of the Serb people, wherever they live, to maintain peace and political stability in the Balkans was emphasized at today’s meeting with Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik.

 

"Our agreement is to do everything in our power to maintain peace and political stability," Vučić said.

He added that the Dayton Peace Agreement was of historic importance because it was the only possible solution in which everyone lost and little gained.

"Only such an agreement could guarantee and maintain peace in BiH. Serbia will accept any decision agreed by the three peoples in BiH, and we are most interested in Serb people’s position, which we will follow. The two peoples cannot impose anything on one people – either plans or ideas, neither can anyone from abroad do it without the consent of all three peoples," Vučić emphasized.

After meeting Dodik, Vučić said that he would visit Drvar /Federation of BiH/ on January 29, where the “Jumko” plant and Serbia-based Komercijalna Bank branch office would be opened.

He added that the joint obligation of the leaderships of both Serbia and Srpska was to do everything to help the Serb people in that area, stating that those people would have better life.

"On that day, I will be /Milorad/ Dodik’s guest not only in Drvar, but also in Mrkonjić Grad in order to see what we can do to help our people in that part of Srpska," Vučić said.

He announced that a loan arrangement with Turkey for the construction of the Belgrade-Sarajevo motorway would be ratified soon.

"We are starting with the construction works on the Kuzmin-Rača motorway section, and as Serbia is constructing a bridge towards Srpska, we are ready to see how we can help build the motorway to Bijeljina," Vučić said.

He recalled that Serbia had completed the construction of the Bratoljub Bridge between Bratunac and Ljubovija, stating that the entire process was finally unblocked.

"I would like to thank /Chairman of the Council of Ministers Zoran/ Tegeltija and Dodik for that as we will finally be able to build a border crossing that is very important for Ljubovija, Bratunac, the east of Republika Srpska and BiH and the west of Serbia," Vuičić said.

He said that the Serbian Orthodox Church’s commitment to preserve the sanctities in Montenegro was supported at today's meeting in Belgrade, where the confidence that an agreement would be reached was voiced. /end/vos