President Stevandic talked with the EUFOR commander about the security situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska Dr Nenad Stevandic talked today in Banja Luka, as part of his inaugural visit, with the Commander of EUFOR in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Major General Helmut Habermayer about the security situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the role of the "Altea" mission.
President Stevandic told the EUFOR commander that the Republic of Srpska is committed to peace and stability, and respect for the principles of the Dayton Peace Agreement.
He noted that the only sources of the crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina are those institutions that do not respect the principles of the Dayton Peace Agreement, namely the Office of the High Representative and the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in which there are three foreigners who do not deal with the issue of peace but with taking sides.
Both sides agreed that the security situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina is stable, with no indication that it could worsen.
President Stevandic noted that the Republic of Srpska did not allow conflicts outside of Bosnia and Herzegovina to be transferred to it and added that despite political disagreements, peace was never threatened.
He said that the EUFOR mission "Altea" in Bosnia and Herzegovina has an important role, and he wished the Major General good luck and success in his professional work.