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Leader of Bosnia Serbs talks with Russia officials over ‘peace and stability’ in EU aspirants Balkan countries

04 March 2017


Tags : news - bosnia,serbia,russia,eu


Moscow/Sarajevo, dtt-net.com – The President of Bosnia’s Serb entity, Milorad Dodik, said he spoke about the need for ‘peace and stability’ in the troubled country and Western Balkans with Russian officials as the EU fears that heavy influence of Russia in the region through its traditional strong ties with Serbs could become one of the reasons  of new turmoil in the already troubled EU aspirant countries with inter-ethnic tensions.


Dodik said after a meeting he had with Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov …


 


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