Activities of Foreign Minister in the Council of Ministers Bisera Turković and BiH Permanent Representative to the UN Sven Alkalaj represent a serious blow to BiH and lead it closer to disintegration, said the Head of the Republika Srpska Representative Office in Washington, Obrad Kesić.

Commenting on a new Bosnian Muslim initiative for the UN to adopt a resolution “condemning the Srebrenica genocide”, Kesić told the Večernje Novosti daily that this was another proof that joint BiH institutions had been privatized by the SDA and their partners from the so-called pro-Bosnian political bloc.

“Parties and leaders in Republika Srpska who refuse to build a united national political front against violations of the BiH Constitution and the Dayton Peace Agreement are helping and encouraging the BiH Permanent Representative to the UN, Sven Alkalaj, and his clients in Sarajevo to continue their nationalist agenda,” Kesić said.

He assessed that the activities of the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Council of Ministers, Bisera Turković, and the Permanent Representative of BiH to the UN, Sven Alkalaj, represent a serious blow to BiH.

“For a long time now, there has been arbitrariness in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs /in the Council of Ministers/, which is aimed only at serving the interests of political Sarajevo and the SDA. Every move, such as Alkalaj’s one, is a blow to the joint state and brings it closer to disintegration,” Kesić said.

The director of the Historical Institute, Aleksandar Rastović, assessed that the new Bosnian Muslim initiative, on the one hand, can be interpreted as a play, but that, on the other hand, it represents a dangerous pressure on Republika Srpska, the Serbian people, and Serbia.

Rastović said that their /Bosnian Muslim/ plan is a unitary Bosnia, which is not recognized by the Dayton Peace Agreement.

According to media reports, a group of “Bosnians and Herzegovinians” and Americans of BiH origin called the “BiH Working Group” asked the UN General Assembly to adopt a resolution condemning “the denial of genocide and other war crimes in BiH.”