Milanović’s office: Croatia will not support a unilateral revision of Dayton Peace Agreement

Milanović’s office: Croatia will not support a unilateral revision of Dayton Peace Agreement

ZAGREB, September 16 (FENA) – President of the Republic of Croatia Zoran Milanović met today in Zagreb with Milorad Dodik, a member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the RS, who came to Zagreb at the invitation of President Milanović.

Milanović and Dodik discussed the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and its Euro-Atlantic prospects, problems in the implementation of the Dayton Agreement, and the position and rights of all three constituent peoples, Croats, Serbs and Bosniaks, said the Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia.

“The interest of the Republic of Croatia is a stable and functional Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as ensuring equal rights of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as an equal and constituent people. Therefore, the Republic of Croatia cannot remain passive and will not support initiatives towards a unilateral revision of the Dayton Agreement that would endanger peace and stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Southeast Europe,” it is said in the statement.

Milanović’s office added that the continuation of the dialogue between the representatives of all three peoples in Bosnia and Herzegovina is important for a stable and functional Bosnia and Herzegovina, which the Republic of Croatia, as a friendly and neighboring country, is ready to give its contribution.