By Branko Ilic 30.09.2012 , Serbian FBReporter
BANJA LUKA — Republic of Srpska (RS) President Milorad Dodik has stated that Bosnia-Herzegovina is “definitely falling apart”.
RS President Milorad Dodik
He stressed that the end, as far he was concerned, should happen as soon as possible.
“I hope to god that it will fall apart as soon as possible,” Dodik was quoted as saying by Banja Luka media.
Commenting on an auditor’s negative report on the work of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s institutions, he said that Bosnia-Herzegovina was a “rotten country” and that “as such it does not deserve to exist”.
“Bosnia-Herzegovina constantly shows elements of being incapable for surviving and one of them is not only the auditing issue but undoubtedly a recent appearance of (Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency Chairman) Bakir Izetbegović at the UN General Assembly,” Dodik explained.
He repeated that what Izetbegović had said in his speech at the UN General Assembly was not in accordance with the country’s Constitution.
“But it is obvious that Bosnia-Herzegovina is in the stage of a definitive breakdown that of course can take even longer and as far as I am concerned, I hope to god it will fall apart as soon as possible,” the RS president stressed.
Izetbegović said at the UN General Assembly session recently that “it is high time for the international community to avoid making the same disastrous mistake in Syria, which led to genocide in Srebrenica”.