The Bosnian media promised that the diplomatic crisis would be raised by the Slovenian Prime Minister Janice Jansa to the EU in an informal document in which he proposed to “redraw” the border of the former Yugoslavia.
Madrid (European News Agency).- The President of Bosnia and Herzegovina summoned the Slovenian Ambassador to Sarajevo Zorica Bukinac (Zorica Bukinac) in response to the statement allegedly made by the President of Slovenia, Borot Pahor, In the statement, they proposed to “redraw” the Balkan borders and Balkan borders. The “dissolution” of Bosnia.
The Bosnian media promised that the diplomatic crisis would be raised by Slovenian Prime Minister Janice Jansa to the EU in an informal document, in which he proposed to “redraw” the border of the former Yugoslavia.
Slovenian media said that Jansha denied the existence of such documents. However, Bosnian President Komsic claimed that Pahor asked him during a recent visit to Sarajevo if it was possible to “peacefully disband” Bosnia.
Kosmic told Fenner News Agency that Pahor transferred the Bosnian presidency, and more and more people in Europe talked about the need to “completely” dissolve Yugoslavia.
Pahor himself opposed these claims and denied his call for the dissolution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and defend the country’s integration into the European Union as soon as possible.
In fact, they assured Palau from Slovenia that they “repeatedly warned about the danger of the idea of disbanding Bosnia and Herzegovina and redrawing the borders of the western Balkans”.
The 1995 Dayton Peace Agreement contributed to the establishment of a multi-ethnic state in Bosnia and the establishment of two autonomous entities: the Federation of Bosnia-Croatia, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Republika Srpska, Republic of Serbia.
Bosnia formally applied to join the European Union in February 2016, but due to differences within the country, the process has stalled.