Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik has stated that the British intelligence officers are not coming to BiH for fair and honest elections, but with the aim of strengthening BiH’s centralization and creating elections to produce a structure for its realization, but it will not work.
“Of course, I believe this will not work,” Dodik told reporters in Banjaluka today.
He has pointed out that few believe that the arrival of special forces is in the favour of fair and honest elections in BiH.
Asked by reporters whether he had called UK Ambassador to BiH Edward Ferguson to discuss the arrival of British intelligence officers in BiH, Dodik answered he had not, as “Ferguson dared to publicly explain the situation”.
Dodik has pointed out that Ferguson tried to hide the intent of the British.
“It is well known that the UK Government approved eight or nine million pounds a year ago for programmes that should prevent the supposed malignant influence of Russia in the Balkans,” Dodik has said.