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Dodik: We Will Initiate Independence Process in Response to Resolution on Srebrenica

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News / Region | 15.04.24 | access_time 18:40

Milorad Dodik (BETAPHOTO/HINA/FENA/Amer Kajmovic/MO)

Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik said on April 15 that this entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina would initiate proceedings toward independence in response to an announced resolution on the genocide in Srebrenica.

"I am proud of the resoluteness to carry out these measures about the independence issue," Dodik told reporters after a meeting of the members of the ruling coalition in Republika Srpska.

He said the "Bosnian Muslim elite scored a serious own goal with this resolution on Srebrenica" by "breaking apart the entire structure and action of international policy" in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which "will no longer exist."

"Genocide did not happen in Srebrenica. If it had, there would be no need to keep imposing that subject. The courts that ruled -- those rulings were about individuals, not a people," Dodik said.

He said that, according to Hague tribunal judgments, 4,100 Bosniaks died in the Srebrenica area between 1992 and 1995, while the 2,500 to 3,500 Serbs who were killed there were never mentioned.

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