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English25/03/2020

PLAN ABOLISHING REPUBLIKA SRPSKA REJECTED

 

BIJELJINA, MARCH 25 /SRNA/ - The plan for the former BiH by co-chairs of the International Conference on the former Yugoslavia, Cyrus Vance and Lord David Owen, which envisaged the cantonization of BiH and the abolition of Republika Srpska was not adopted in New York negotiations today in 1993.

 

Croatia accepted the plan, while Bosnian Muslim leader Alija Izetbegović signed it after a long deal with numerous conditions.

The plan was not signed by Republika Srpska, although it did not completely reject it, but opposed the demarcation maps.

At a sitting of the Srpska National Assembly on Jahorina, despite international pressures, MPs rejected the actual abolition of Republika Srpska.

Out of five peace plans for BiH, Srpska accepted four - the Belgrade Agreement which envisaged a shortened Yugoslavia /Serbia, BiH, Montenegro, Macedonia/ and BiH without internal borders, followed by Cutileiro plan with three national cantons, Owen-Stoltenberg plan on three republics with national majorities and, eventually, the Dayton Accords.

Most of the peace plans were rejected by Alija Izetbegović's wartime government. /end/vos