Skip to comments.Croatian president threatens Bosnian-Serbs
Posted on 01/19/2010 2:36:05 PM PST by kronos77
Outgoing Croatian President Stjepan Mesic is threatening military action if the Bosnian Serbs go further with their attempts at independence. He was speaking to Croatian media a month before he is due to stand down.
The Serb part of Bosnia-Herzegovina is preparing to hold a referendum on independence. The move has led to an increase of tensions with Bosnia's other ethnic groups, the Muslims and ethnic Croats.
Mr Mesic believes that a referendum would breach the Dayton agreement which ended the Bosnian civil war in 1995. He argues that Croatia, as one of the signatories of Dayton, has a duty to see the accord is observed.
It is unclear what position Croatia's incoming president, Ivo Josipovic, will adopt on the issue. The international community's High Representative for Bosnia, Valentin Inzko, has already come out against the plans for a Bosnian-Serb referendum.
Not these morons again. Let the EU deal with it or, as I suspect it will turn out, there will be ethnic cleansing even if the libtards do something. We must stay out of it.
If Kosovo can separate from Serbia, then there should be no reason why the Serbian portion of Bosnia cannot declare independence.
Likewise, the Croatian portion shouldn’t have to stay a part of Bosnia if they didn’t want to.
Who are the morons?
If Kosovo - a millennium old part of the nation can be stripped and raped out of its home of Serbia by the EU and the 3rd way gangsters - then so can a legitimate state like the Serbian state escape islamic and fascist intimidation in BH.
Here we go again.
Independence is only okay if the right people do it.
Wow, and to think, the incoming president of Croatia is even more hard core ethnocetrist, racist and anti-Orthodox.
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