Bosnia and Herzegovina

SDA: Bosnian Presidency had worsened relations with neighbours

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The Democratic Action Party (SDA) said in a statement on Sunday that the current Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina had worsened relations with the country's neighbours Croatia and Serbia.

"It is unacceptable that the Bosnia-Croatia Cooperation Council last met at the beginning of 2007 and the Bosnia-Serbia Cooperation Council in 2005," the strongest Bosniak party said.

The SDA said that relations with Serbia were at their lowest point since the two countries became independent, adding that this could be seen in the fact that Bosnia had not had an ambassador to Belgrade for more than a year.

During its present term, the Presidency has never visited Serbia nor has it resolved any of the outstanding issues with the neighbours, although the collective head of state is responsible for creating and conducting foreign policy, the party said.

The current Presidency consists of Nebojsa Radmanovic, who represents the Serbs, Haris Silajdzic, who represents the Bosniaks, and Zeljko Komsic, who represents the Croats.

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