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BELGRADE, June 14 /SRNA/ - Pressure has already been put on Republika Srpska to assist the process of Bosnia and Herzegovina joining NATO and the pressure will go on independently from what is happening in Macedonia regarding its name and membership in the western alliance, author and historiographer Radovan Kalabic told Srna.


"Pressure on Republika Srpska has already been applied and what is happening in the protests which are politically abused in Banjaluka over a tragic death of a young man is directly correlated to the British decision to send its soldiers,” said Kalabic.

According to Kalabic, the explanation that “British soldiers are sent to prevent Russia’s meddling in the election process in Bosnia and Herzegovina” is just an excuse.

"The story here is that they are using their joint forces - street protests, surveillance and presence of British soldiers - to do something and that is to make sure the October elections in BiH do not take place at all. I believe that is their goal,” said Kalabic.

He believes the pressure especially on the Serb factor in BiH, after the National Assembly of Republika Srpska as the highest legislative body adopted a resolution on military neutrality, will be applied independently from what happens in Macedonia or Greece, where the political crisis is yet to emerge.

Kalabic noted that Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov did not agree with an agreement about the name North Macedonia and that big protests were already staged in Greece and that the way the issue would be resolved was yet to be seen.

"I think that the Greek and Macedonian prime ministers Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev are trying to resolve it under a great pressure from NATO lobbyists and NATO forces,” said Kalabic. /end/ds