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English09/11/2018

DODIK OPPOSING BANNING PEOPLE FROM COUNTRY

 

BANJALUKA, November 9 /SRNA/ - The newly elected Serb member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Milorad Dodik stated Friday he opposes any kind of creating a list of people from Serbia and even Croatia and Montenegro who would be banned from entering BiH.

 

"That means destabilisation and a disrespect of partnership and regional cooperation,” Dodik told the press in Banjaluka.

With regards to information that Minister of Security Dragan Mektic is preparing an official list of personae non grata from Serbia who would be banned from entering BiH, Dodik said he was not informed about that, but that announcements had lately been made that something like that could happen.

"The thing that happened with the Russians gives me the right not to wonder if that is possible but to say that it probably is,” said Dodik.

He said he still did not have the powers, adding that after his inauguration on November 20 he would not even think about working with someone from the old structures.

"Statements given before and the behaviour of the Intelligence Agency and the BiH State security system prove there is something to it,” believes Dodik.

Vecernje Novosti which published the news that Mektic was preparing an official list of personae non grata from Serbia who would be banned from entering BiH reported that the list might include business people, historians, writers, journalists, and politicians too.

The newspaper’s source said that Serbian Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vulin, leader of the Serbian Radical Party Vojislav Seselj, Happy TV editor-in-chief Milomir Maric, and leader of the Zavetnici movement Stefan Stamenkovski would be on Mektic’s list. /end/ds