Bosnian Serb leader slams Montenegro's Religious Freedoms Law

Bosnian Serb leader slams Montenegro's Religious Freedoms Law

Bosnian Serb leader slams Montenegro's Religious Freedoms Law Izvor: Fena

The adoption of the Religious Freedoms Law in Montenegro was completely unnecessary regardless of what they thought about it, Bosnian Serb leader and Presidency member Milorad Dodik said on Saturday.

Dodik said he supported the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro's demands and that they should continue to fight for their realisation.

After speaking with Bishop Ephraim of Banja Luka about the situation in Montenegro, after the adoption of the Religious Freedoms Law, Dodik said in Banja Luka that the usurpation of acquired rights of the Serbian Orthodox Church is unacceptable.

"People belonging to the Serbian Orthodox Church and those who hold public office must stand against such defilement of our rights, of our people and the church in Montenegro," he added.

But above all, he noted, the most important thing is to resolve all this peacefully.

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