“Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik said he supports the government’s conclusions that in that BiH state doesn’t have conditions for the concern of migrants, whose increase in presence is expected in the upcoming period.
It claims that ‘those who have caused this crisis should be held accountable, and that is the Western alliance, which has created problems in the Middle East, first of all in Syria.’
‘These measures are not aimed only at the protection of the RS, but also the entire territory of BiH. We will do everything to protect our lifestyle. We do not want to change the structure of the population and take all measures to protect the property and people,’said the entity president.
Recalling that border borders had previously closed Hungary, Croatia, he also called for BiH’s level to close the state border.” (translated from Vijesti)
“Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a ‘powerful Muslim leader’ and many ‘insecure Bosniaks’ in Bosnia don’t like him, Bosniak Presidency member Bakir Izetbegovic said at an event organised by the Youth Association of his Party of Democratic Action (SDA).
The Turkish President said he intends to hold a Sarajevo rally for the Turkish diaspora in Europe. ‘Zetra’, the sports hall where the event is to take place on May 20, has already been booked.
‘President Erdogan is coming to Zetra next week. For some reason, many in the West don’t like our friend, and there are a number of insecure Bosniaks that don’t like him in our country,’ Izetbegovic said.” (N1)