Bosnia should not interfere in internal issues of neighbouring countries, the Croat member of the tripartite Presidency, Zeljko Komsic, said on Monday after the leader of a Bosniak party in Serbia a day before advocated for defining a Bosniak-majority part of his country as a separate territorial entity.
The southern Serbian province of Sandzak should be defined as a separate territorial and political entity with legislative, executive and judicial power to ensure the survival and political existence of the Bosniaks, said Sulejman Ugljanin, the leader of the Sandzak Party of Democratic Action (SDA), on Sunday.
“We should not act the way our neighbours act and get involved in internal issues of other states,” Komsic said.
“We are right when we cry foul over Croatia and it dictating the tempo of changing the election law and the setup in Bosnia and when Serbia does the same. Let us not do the same thing and provide arguments to our neighbours so they accuse us of the same thing,” he said.