Bosnia's tripartite Presidency Chairman Milorad Dodik said Friday that he "perceives the decision of the Parliament of Montenegro to adopt the Resolution on the genocide in Srebrenica as an absolutely hostile act."
“The Montenegrin Parliament has not proved anything about Srebrenica but they proved that they are also continuously anti-Serb. I experience it absolutely as a hostile act and I will know how to treat them and their attitude towards this As well as towards the Montenegrin majority that supports the resolution.” Dodik pointed out.
Speaking for the RTRS, Milorad Dodik emphasized that “it is incomprehensible for the Montenegrin Parliament to vote on the Resolution on the genocide in Srebrenica,” and that this has not yet happened in BiH.
“If the BiH Parliamentary Assembly didn’t adopt a similar document, then the question arises why Montenegro did? The question is, is it an act of interference in internal affairs? If BiH politics could not reach a consensus on the issue, how is it possible that they have the right to talk about it?” Dodik wonders.
Montenegrin Parliament adopted the Resolution on the Genocide in Srebrenica on Thursday and dismissed the country’s Justice Minister over his controversial statements on the 1995 genocide in Bosnia.
According to the Resolution, proposed by the Bosniak Party in the country, Montenegro will declare July 11 a day of mourning and remembrance for the victims of the 1995 genocide that took place in the eastern Bosnian town and the Parliament will condemn any public denial of the genocide.