BiH Presidency Member Milorad Dodik told RTS that Republic of Srpska would persevere in its policy of military neutrality, regardless of the fact that it is a Bosniak and Croat party for Bosnia and Herzegovina’s accession to NATO, and would explain why the country should not be a member Alliance.
Milorad Dodik, a guest on the “Questionnaire”, said that he had not taken the country to NATO and that the adopted Reform Program could not serve as a basis for integration into the Alliance.
The reform program does not prejudice BiH’s membership, Milorad Dodik reiterated, noting that it was written in the first chapter of the document.
Each new move towards NATO will require a new decision by the BiH Presidency and the Parliamentary Assembly, Dodik explained.
He said that the Republic of Srpska would insist on a policy of military neutrality, regardless of the fact that it is a Bosniak and Croat side for Bosnia and Herzegovina’s accession to NATO, and that it would explain why that country should not be a member.
“There are intelligence centers to prevent Russian influence”
Dodik accused BiH intelligence agencies of working against the Republic of Srpska and Serbia all the time.
The goal is to destabilize the Republic of Srpska and much more, said the Serb member of the BiH Presidency.
He claims that there is an intelligence center in Sarajevo made up of foreigners and intelligence services of BiH and that he also has documentation about it, as well as that centers have been set up “to prevent so-called malignant Russian influence” – in Sarajevo, Podgorica and Tirana.
Dodik added that there is also a hidden center in Belgrade.
“The Republic of Srpska is not divided, everything is under control”
As for the incident in the Republic of Srpska National Assembly, when a brawl almost broke out over the adoption of the Reform Program, Dodik said he was not very proud of it, but that “some people cannot respond”.
Dodik points out that, institutionally, the Republic of Srpska is not a divided society, that everything is under control and that they cannot destabilize it.
“We have done a hundred kilometers of highways, the budget has been increased, revenues are constantly on the rise, we are building Jahorina, we have built a Clinical Center in Banja Luka,” said Dodik.
“It is an unconstitutional court, not a decision on Republic of Srpska day”
As for the celebration of RS Day, which was previously declared unconstitutional, Dodik points out that it is an unconstitutional Constitutional Court, not a decision on Republic Day.
“There are three foreigners and two Bosniaks out there who make up the majority of the nine who make the decisions and now we need to accept that,” Dodik points out.
He recalled that on January 9, 1992, he was a member of the Republic of Srpska Parliament and that they adopted the Declaration on the Formation of the Republic, and that they adopted the Constitution a little later.
“It was all a time of peace. There was a calm time and no turbulence in BiH. What’s controversial is all that is Serbian, not only as far as we are in Srpska, but wherever Serbs appear,” Dodik concludes.