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BELGRADE, April 19 /SRNA/ - The Serbian member of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, said on Friday that everyone in Republika Srpska is safe since they believe in Serbia’s power and its support to Srpska.


“I am here today to clearly express our commitment and support to Serbia and its leadership,” Dodik said while addressing citizens at a rally called “The Future of Serbia” in front of the Serbian Parliament Building.

He thanked Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić for this opportunity to address so many people and thanked Serbia for being united, strong and turned to the future, peace, and unity.

“We want a peaceful and stable Serbia, Serbia dedicated to peace and stability in the region, Serbia of a future, which supports and does not hesitate to support Republika Srpska in keeping with its possibilities and rights, and we are entitled to expect it,” Dodik said.

Dodik thanked for today’s rally in Belgrade, noting that it speaks of Serbia’s unity and adding that he came to deliver love Serbs in Republika Srpska feel for Serbia and its leadership.

He said that Republika Srpska wants Serbia to be always powerful, strong and that Serbia is a guarantor of Srpska’s stability and future.

“I came here today to tell everyone that today’s Serbia, our assembly, is an answer to all questions posed as of late about what is happening,” Dodik said.

He said that it is a legitimate thing to be against the government, but one cannot be against the state, particularly not against Serbia, since internal strength and unity of every country are important for its strength in the region and world.

“Serbia, which is exposed to open threats regarding Kossovo must give additional strength to our negotiation team and President Aleksandar Vučić, and should not take this strength away from them,” Dodik said.

Dodik said that people will not ask Vučić at a meeting on Kossovo that will be held these days about what is happening in Serbia but will have to say – congratulations on the unity and stability of Serbia.

He recalled that Republika Srpska did not allow BiH to recognize Kossovo, and that it is following Serbia’s policy in this regard.

“We are saying it clearly and loudly, just like we are saying clearly and loudly that we will not join NATO because they dropped bombed on us on two occasions, we will not join NATO because we do not want a border on the River Drina, we will not repeat the situation of 100 years ago when it was so,” Dodik said.

He said that Srpska made its decision and that it will follow Serbia regarding this issue as well, adding that it is the most normal thing for Republika Srpska to follow Serbia regarding important geostrategic issues.

“It is important for us to know that the future of Serbia means peace, peace among us, but also peace with peoples with whom we share this Balkans space; it is important to resolve all our disputes and problems from the past through negotiations. We must learn patience, which is necessary, since only thus can we win a battle for our interests,” Dodik said.

“Serbia, Serbs and we in Republika Srpska can express our positions very clearly and fight for them, unlike during the time past,” Dodik said.

He said that today Republika Srpska is a lasting category, that it is a state in which Serbs live.

Dodik thanked Vučić for launching many projects, saying that there is at least one project in every Republika Srpska municipality that is being implemented and which will be called Belgrade or Serbia.

Dodik thanked Vučić for his interest in the construction of the Jasenovac memorial center, saying that he was born on the slopes of the Mountain Kozara, not far from Jasenovac, where more than 500,000 Serbs were killed and that the communist regime did not allow us to talk about it.

He said that when he was visiting Belgrade during the previous government asking that Jasenovac and Gradina be marked properly, government representatives told him that this is maybe not a good idea, that they do not want to insult Croats, but that Vučić supported the idea immediately when he discussed it with him for the first time.

“Long live Republika Srpska, long live Serbia, long live the Serbian unity,” said Dodik. /end/sg