Croatia's President gave a hint of attack to Bosnia

Article published on Jan. 23, 2010
Article published on Jan. 23, 2010
I wonder how many readers saw anything in western media related to informal statement on 20.1.2010 made by Croatia's President Mesic. Here quote: “If Milorad Dodik (head of Republica Srpska, AR) scheduled a referendum for secession of Republika Srpska from Bosnia and if I were the president…I would send the army,” and would ‘break the Bosnian Serb region in half’.

It is quite sensational that the president of country

which joined Nato 2009 and is soon to be an EU member-state aims to attack neighbour country and split its province due that he does not like possible democratic referendum.

Sure Bosnia-Herzegovina is a quasi-state, an artificial creation of Dayton agreement, which has been administrated nearly 15 years by international community. However this kind of threads are not good for any “European perspective” (More Bosnia background e.g. in article “Bosnia Collapsing?” )

President Mesic has his office still nearly one month. Promising is that the new president – Ivo Josipovic – is not so warmongering saying in VoA interview following:

“Problems must always be solved through negotiations and with the agreement of all interested parties,”.

Hopefully Croatia's President-elected will bring more stability to Balkans and hopefully he can keep his peaceful position under pressure of Croatian Nazism. (more about Croatian elections in “Croatians voted for Change” )