Serbian Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milorad Dodik asked yesterday “who gave the members of the German Bundestag the right to discuss us”, telling them to keep from interfering in the internal affairs in Bosnia and Herzegovina if they wish to help.

“Where did the members of the Bundestag get the right to discuss us? Who gave them the mandate? If they really do want to help, they should stay out of our internal issues. They have decided in advance that the Serbs and Croatians are to blame for the situation in BiH,” wrote Dodik on his Twitter account.

Dodik said that Adis Ahmetović, Bundestag rapporteur for the Western Balkans, has clearly managed to spill his cheerleading position on the side of the Muslims over to the other members of the Bundestag.

“It is abundantly clear that Ahmetović, who is descended from BiH and holds anti-Serb positions, sees no problem with Izetbegović’s statements and the creation of an Islamic country in BiH,” Dodik pointed out.

The German Bundestag should discuss a resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina soon, which mentions Dodik by name.

In addition, among the politicians whom, as they said, they consider to be nationalists, they have also named the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) leader Dragan Čović, while the Party of Democratic Action (SDA) leader Bakir Izetbegović was not named.