Gordan Grlic Radman, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Croatia, said that he expects the high representative in BiH to correct the mistakes of his predecessors and thus start BiH’s path towards Euro-Atlantic integration.
“We believe that the high representative will correct the clear injustice towards Croats in BiH with his decision and thus finally start BiH’s path towards Euro-Atlantic integration. If their rights are threatened, and they are, then we, as a responsible EU member state, support reforms that would eliminate all forms of discrimination in electoral process so that Croats could have political participation in the House of Peoples and the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” Grlic Radman said in Vitez.
He said that it is about correcting mistakes made by high representatives and that the reforms should benefit Bosnia and Herzegovina as a whole, and that everyone wins if the equality of the people is respected.
Croatian diplomacy loudly supported the high-ranking president in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Christian Schmidt, and encouraged him to make changes to the Election Law that would strengthen the ethnic principle as opposed to the civil principle, Klix.ba reports.