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U.S. Accusing Banjaluka of Trying to Destabilize Region

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News / Politics | 14.06.24 | access_time 11:53

"All-Serb Assembly", Belgrade, June 8 2024 (BETAPHOTO/MILAN OBRADOVIC)

Some provisions of the declaration adopted at the All-Serb Assembly between Serbia and Republika Srpska in Belgrade last week are a continued attempt at destabilizing Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, the U.S. Department of State said on June 14.

The State Department says in its reply to questions from N1 that the U.S. believes the future of all Western Balkan countries lies in the European Union, where regional cooperation and good neighborly relations lead to greater peace, security and prosperity for all.

The governments of Serbia and Republika Srpska at the All-Serb Assembly adopted a declaration containing 49 conclusions, which, among other things, notes that the Serbian people constitutes "a single whole," that the Dayton Agreement has been "permanently and considerably disrupted," and calls on all international stakeholders to start respecting the agreement again.

The document also states that the territory of Republika Srpska cannot be alienated contrary to the Constitution and the laws of that Bosnia and Herzegovina entity.

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