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Radoncic meets Fule in Brussels. OHR offered a compromise for Mostar. Stopping investigations into responsible for war crimes over Serbs is offensive for victims.
Fahrudin Radoncic, the leader of the Alliance for a Better Future and the Bosnian Security Minister met Stefan Fule, the EU Commissioner for Enlargement in Brussels. The two talked about the political situation in Bosnia and Fule said that the EU will help the Balkan country emphasizing that there will be no compromises in terms of obligations local politicians have to do.
Office of the High Representative offered a platform for negotiations over changing electoral system for Mostar. The suggestion is that in stead of six voting areas there are three multi-ethnic electoral units which are also city areas.
The decision of the state-level Bosnian Prosecutor's Office to stop the investigation into 455 persons for war crimes over Serbs is unacceptable, offensive and humiliating for all victims, said the President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik. He added that the RS will continue fighting for all the responsible for war crimes in Silos and Tarcin, near Sarajevo, to be prosecuted.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts of the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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