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English22/02/2020

STEVANDIĆ: THREATS CANNOT FRIGHT SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, FEBRUARY, 22 /SRNA/ - The President of the United Srpska Nenad Stevandić has said that unilateral and unipolar threats to Serbs cannot frighten Srpska.

 

"Threats against the Serbs are good for developing Bosniak extremism and anti-Serb policy, which prohibits the rights of the Serbs which other peoples have", Stevandić said SRNA, commenting on threats by Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Europe and Eurasia Affairs Matthew Palmer against Republika Srpska`s officials and the conclusion of the SDA Presidency that this party will not accept the request to change the structure of the Constitutional Court of BiH.

Stevandić has emphasized that it is quite clear that these threats, the anti-civilization and anti-European actions that some officials are sending, serve only to develop the extremist intentions of the Bosniak establishment, especially the SDA.

He stated that this said the best about the cooperation of these threats and the extremist reactions of the SDA.

"It is incomprehensible that there are threats of court-martial to the people who act democratically, make decisions in parliaments and have the right to self-defense and the rights that has every other nation in the world. Anti-Serb policy led to genocide in World War II, to the bombing of Serbs in the 1990s. and to give the rights to the Šiptars which are forfeited to Republika Srpska. That speaks to the fact that we have the treatment of a marked people", said Stevandić.

According to him, such threats are inappropriate for Europe in 21st century and any democratic society.

"We are a nation that will not accept threats and we are ready to endure it all and prove that those who threaten us are an ugly part of this world and that they govern the world with terrorist methods", Stevandić said.

US Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Europe and Eurasia Affairs Matthew Palmer has said that everyone in Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, who takes the position taken by the Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik, must understand the risks it carries and the damage they do to the future European perspective of BiH. /end/ bo