Banja Luka no longer works with Serajevo

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L-R) Bosnia and Herzegovina's Prime Minister Denis Zvizdic, Federica Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, and European Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn speak at a joint news briefing at the end of an EU/Bosnia Herzegovina Stabilisation and Association Council meeting in Brussels, Belgium, 11 December 2015.

Banja Luka no longer works with Serajevo


The government of Bosnia’s Republika Srpska (RS) warned that it will no longer cooperate with prosecutors and the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA). This is the beginning of a long awaited escalation that could lead to renewed conflict in the Balkans.

On Thursday, the government in Banja Luka government made clear that it will no longer abide by the decisions of Confederal Courts.  That decision followed SIPA raids in the town of Novi Grad, where five Serbs were arrested in con...


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