Dodik in Bratunac: I will propose peaceful disunification to the Federation of BiH

Dodik said that today at the session of the Government of the RS, he will initiate the establishment of a day to commemorate the victims of Srebrenica, both Bosniak and Serb.

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Milorad Dodik, Photo: Boris Pejović
Milorad Dodik, Photo: Boris Pejović
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The President of Republika Srpska (RS) Milorad Dodik said today in Bratunac, where he laid flowers at the cemetery ahead of the meeting of the RS government in Srebrenica, that he will send a proposal to his colleagues from the Federation of BiH on the peaceful "disunification" of BiH.

Criticizing the announced adoption of the resolution on the Day of Remembrance of the Genocide in Srebrenica in the UN General Assembly, Dodik said that today at the session of the RS government, he will initiate the establishment of a day to commemorate the victims of Srebrenica, both Bosniak and Serb.

"Secondly, my proposal will be to prepare a report on the functioning of BiH in 30 years in the next 30 days in order to submit to the FBiH our proposal for an agreement on disassociation and return to our framework. BiH is made up of two entities and three constituent nations," he said. is.

Dodik said that in the coming years, the RS will try to break up peacefully "because this is not working".

"How to live with a people who consider our unborn children to be genocidal? I did not invent the term 'genocide'," said Dodik.

He assessed that "RS in these and similar circumstances will not exist in the next ten years".

"That's why we want to say that we cannot stay in the community with those who have never accepted the letter of Daytona. We want to be who we are," said Dodik.

In an address in Bratunac, as reported by N1 BiH, Dodik again denied the genocide in Srebrenica and said that the number of 8.000 killed members of the Bosniak nation "gathered in various ways" and that he was "sorry for every victim, Bosniak, but especially Serb". .

Dodik said that "everyone who participated in the operation in Srebrenica under the onslaught of international injustice was prosecuted and sentenced today".

"On the other hand, we see a collective injustice, which is Naser Orić and his crimes against Serbs, who walks freely and laughs at the victims," ​​he added.

He also said that the RS is not ready to "forgive the Serbs for the crimes they committed in its name" and therefore "does not protect anyone who committed crimes against other peoples", but that "this is not the case with Bosniaks and the international factor".

"We are here today to draw attention to the historical injustice and the fact, which is being ignored, which is that no one was held accountable for the crimes committed by the Muslim structure against the Serbs in this region. Today, the UN is voting for a Resolution that wants to impose a collective blaming the Serbs, in a way that was cunningly devised in order to commemorate the day of the alleged genocide in Srebrenica throughout history, and that does not imply the suffering of the Serbs," said Dodik at the beginning of his address in Bratunac.

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