Konaković: A note of protest was sent to Montenegro due to Mandić's statement

"Although we are used to it from him, regardless of the fact that he continuously behaves like this, we will continuously react to attempts to attack the constitutional arrangement of BiH", Konaković said.

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Elmedin Konaković, Photo: Screenshot/Youtube
Elmedin Konaković, Photo: Screenshot/Youtube
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The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Elmedin Konaković said that he sent a note of protest to Montenegro due to the statement of the Speaker of the Assembly Andrija Mandić that the All-Serbian Parliament is a gathering of two states.

"Although we are used to it from him, regardless of the fact that he continuously behaves like this, we will continuously react to attempts to attack the constitutional arrangement of BiH", Konaković said.

He added that he will analyze whether he will send a note of protest to Serbia tomorrow because of the interpretations of the president of that country, Aleksandar Vučić, reports Radio Sarajevo.

Konaković believes that the disrespect that BiH has recently experienced from Vučić culminated in that Parliament, and that the signed declaration contains several serious threats to the sovereignty of BiH.

Konaković added that he will inform the ministers of foreign affairs of the European Union countries with whom he will have meetings in detail.

He said that he has nothing against the gathering of the people, but that he demands full respect for the sovereignty of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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