Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and President of the Serb Republic (RS) Milorad Dodik met in Belgrade on Tuesday to discuss “current affairs”.
The international community’s attitudes towards Republika Srpska and Bosnia-Herzegovina were on the agenda.
The two officials met as part of regular consultations. Dodik took this occasion to updated Vucic on the political and economic situation in Srpska.
During their talks, Vucic underlined the significance of the observance of BiH’s territorial integrity, but also the integrity of Republika Srpska – said the Serbian Government in a statement.
The government earlier confirmed t that Vucic, Dodik and President Tomislav Nikolic, together watched a live broadcast of the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the case of Croatian and Serbian genocide lawsuits.
Later in the day, despite the Hague’s dismissal of both lawsuits, Dodik stated that genocide was committed by the Croatian’s against the Serbs during the early 90’s. However, he expressed hope that this ruling will lead to better relations in the region.