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Dodik, Krajisnik glorify creation of Bosnian Serb entity

Convicted war criminal Momcilo Krajisnik and Republika Srpska (RS) President Milorad Dodik unveiled in Banja Luka on Wednesday a memorial plaque honouring Nikola Koljevic, the wartime vice president of RS, the Bosnian Serb entity.

Croatia to decide on its own whether to join sanctions against Dodik

Croatia will decide on its own whether to join in the US sanctions against Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik, Foreign Ministry spokesman Tomislav Lendic said on Wednesday.

Milorad Dodik confirms Bosnian Serb entity referendum on Sept 25

The last formal obstacles to a referendum which would bring into question the implementation of decisions of the Bosnian Constitutional Court have been removed and it will be held on September 25 as planned, the president of Bosnia's Serb entity, Milorad Dodik, said on Thursday.

German minister mediates to lift Dodik's blockade

Schmidt arrived in Sarajevo, instructed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel who is trying to mediate in conflicts between Bosnia and Herzegovina politicians regarding the adjustment of the part of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the EU referring to trade, which is a condition for Sarajevo to be granted the EU candidate status.

Inzko: Dodik opts for 'civilisation darkness" by denying Srebrenica genocide

Commenting on a statement Dodik made at the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre that the events in Srebrenica do not qualify as genocide and that he would never admit that genocide was committed there, Inzko said this statement was deeply inhumane.

Dodik for continuation of European integration

"We remain in the process of integration with the EU regardless of what the EU might be in the future, but with a greater need to protect our interests," Dodik told reporters in Banja Luka.

Bosnian Serb leader resents bishop's comparison of Banja Luka and Bleiburg

In his open letter, Dodik said that with his statement Komarica hit a raw nerve, namely the issue of victims of Ustasha crimes committed in World War II, whom he described as "the holiest martyrs."

State of emergency invoked in Banja Luka ahead of protest rallies

A special crisis management team set up by the law enforcement authorities in Banja Luka decided to impose a state of emergency which includes a ban on the work of all cafes and restaurants and on the sale of alcoholic beverages in shops on Saturday.

Serbian PM holds unannounced meeting with Bosnian Serb entity president

Vucic announced better road connections between Bosnia and Serbia, saying that was important so that "RS can feel closeness and friendship with Serbia."