Deputy Chairperson of the Joint Defense and Security Commission of the Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Parliamentary Assembly, Dušanka Majkić, said today that the wish of the Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) is for NATO to protect them and achieve their political goals, but that she believes that the arguments of the rest of the humanity will be that military alliances are entered into only with a clear request and that this will also apply to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Majkić told SRNA that there is no agreement in BiH when it comes to BiH’s accession to NATO, that the clear positions of Republika Srpska are known and that it cannot be “imposed.”

“If you connect this with the arrival and reinforcement of German EUFOR troops in BiH, and they also say that one of the goals is to get BiH closer to the EU and NATO, then one can see that activities are undertaken on all sides to forcibly push BiH into NATO,” she said.

She added that political positions in Republika Srpska on this matter are clear and that until now no country has ever forcibly joined any military organization, so she believes that it will not be BiH either.

“NATO itself is no longer the force it used to be. The circumstances surrounding Ukraine are changing the political and military moment in which the world lives,” Majkić emphasized.

Commenting on the correspondence between the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Council of Ministers, Bisera Turković, and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Majkić said that Turković once again abused the Ministry, which is completely subordinated to one political option and one political position, not caring what anyone else thinks about that.