The newly elected leader of the big intends to seek recognition of Russian Crimea
One of three newly elected leaders of Bosnia And Herzegovina Milorad Dodik said that he wants to achieve in Sarajevo recognition of Crimea as part of Russia.
Dodik, the famous Pro-Russian And anti-NATO position, wins the battle for a seat in the Presidium (the collective head of the country of three people, one of the Serbs, Croats, And Bosniaks) from the Serbs.
Answering the question of the newspaper "Izvestia" about whether he would after the election to raise the issue of recognition of the Crimea part of Russia at the level of Bosnia And Herzegovina, Dodik said: "needless to say, I will put forward this initiative And wishes to obtain recognition of the status of Crimea on the level of Bosnia And Herzegovina."" After the reunification of the Peninsula with Russia was accomplished as the result of a legitimate referendum, in accordance with the UN Charter. It was a democratic process in which residents of the Peninsula have expressed their position,"