Radiosarajevo.ba: BiH sent a note of protest to the Government of Montenegro after Dodik's meeting with Mandić

According to Radiosarajevo.ba, the protest note was sent due to the fact that during the official meeting between Dodik and Mandić, there were no symbols of BiH, and behind Dodik, they add, during the meeting, the flag of Republika Srpska stood

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Dodik and Mandić, Photo: Boris Pejović
Dodik and Mandić, Photo: Boris Pejović
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina sent a note of protest to the Government of Montenegro after the meeting of the President of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian entity Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik with the President of the Parliament of Montenegro Andrija Mandić.

The Radiosarajevo.ba portal reports that this information was confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

According to that portal, the protest note was sent because there was no sign of BiH at the official meeting between Dodik and Mandić, and behind Dodik, they add, during the meeting, the flag of Republika Srpska stood.

In addition, Mandić spoke at the meeting about the fact that 'FBiH and RS created Bosnia and Herzegovina', which, as stated, is not true.

According to the Constitution of BiH, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) and the Republika Srpska are the entities that make up BiH, which legally continues the legacy of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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