The newly elected Bosnian Serb Presidency member Milorad Dodik called on Serbs living in the US to vote for Republican candidates supported by US President Donald Trump, at US midterm election on Tuesday.
“As US President Donald Trump said recently at the UN General Assembly, the US rejects the ideology of globalism and supports the doctrine of patriotism in the entire world. These are the values which we share as well," the outgoing Serb-dominated Republika Srpska entity President, Milorad Dodik said.
Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of two semi-autonomous entities and a District: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) shared by Bosniaks and Serbs, the Republika Srpska (RS) entity dominated by Serbs. The District of Brcko which is in the north of the country is not dominated by either if the three constituent peoples. Bosnian Presidency consists of three members, each coming from the said constituent peoples.
Dodik noted that the Serb diaspora is united and looks at its motherland for advice and no doubt they will vote the same as they did at the US Presidential election when they voted for Trump.