Miller: Dodik's visit to Russia is the latest in a series of examples of his isolation from the Euro-Atlantic community

A spokesperson for the State Department told Voice of America that Washington believes that no one should "give Russian President Vladimir Putin a platform to promote his aggression against Ukraine."

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Dodik and Putin, Photo: Reuters
Dodik and Putin, Photo: Reuters
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The spokesman of the State Department of the United States of America (USA) Matthew Miller stated that the visit of the President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik to Russia is the latest in a series of examples that he is isolated from the Euro-Atlantic community.

The President of the RS visited Russia this Sunday and met with President Vladimir Putin.

He told Voice of America that Washington believes that no one should "give Russian President Vladimir Putin a platform to promote his aggression against Ukraine."

"We will also hold accountable individuals and institutions that threaten the stability and security of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)," said the State Department official.

Miller emphasized that the USA is with the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina and supports the safe and prosperous future of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Euro-Atlantic community.

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