On Friday, the Bosniak member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Šefik Džaferović, spoke to the Prime Minister Janez Janša on the phone, after the latter called Džaferović and informed him that there is no non-paper that could be linked to the Slovenian government and would include border changes or undermining of the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Presidency of BiH announced.
Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša said that Slovenia supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of BiH, as well as its Euro-Atlantic path, in full compliance with the Dayton Peace Agreement, the BiH Presidency announced on its website.
In the conversation, Džaferović pointed out that any talk about ethnic and territorial divisions of Bosnia and Herzegovina should be stopped at the very start. The only way for BiH is its further internal reintegration and the Euro-Atlantic integration, he added. They also talked about Slovenia’s upcoming Presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of the year and about the EU-Western Balkans summit, which will happen during the Presidency and will be hosted by Slovenia. The main topic of the summit will be the acceleration of the integration of Western Balkans into the EU, STA reports.
And now, the question arises – who will take responsibility for all this persecution against Slovenia, at home and abroad, and for the damage that has been caused to the reputation of our country? Not to mention the time that has been lost because the government officials had to convince the public that there is no non-paper – lost time that could have been spent in better ways, especially since we are still in the middle of an epidemic and the country is facing a number of important strategic challenges.
Will Tanja Fajon resign from the position of president of the SD party and as an MEP when her vile lies are revealed? Will Drago Kos apologise? Will Zijad Bečirović revoke the statements he made for the Bosnian media outlets?