Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov spoke with Bosnian Serb leader and Presidency member Milorad Dodik, Russan Foreign Ministry's website said Wednesday evening, adding that the two spoke of bilateral relations and the implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement, which ended the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia.
The conversation was initiated by the Serb Presidency member and the two statesmen touched upon the Dayton Peace Agreement and attempts to amend it, which is of key importance for the security in the Balkans, the website said.
The announcement recalled that the Dayton Accords were approved by the UN Security Council and that it must be respected by all, including NATO and the EU.
Russia's Lavrov was supposed to visit Bosnia and Serbia this week but the visit was postponed due to self-isolation he is undergoing after being in contact with a covid-19-infected person.
“Minister Lavrov is feeling well and his visit has not been cancelled, but postponed for a certain time,” the Russian Embassy to Bosnia said.