Former member of the Assembly of Banja Luka, Ivan Begic invited the Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic, to visit Banja Luka and Prijedor as part of his announced visit to Mostar, Citluk, Capljina, Stolac and Ravno.
“On the occasion of your announced visit to Mostar, Citluk, Capljina, Stolac and Ravno, I express the deepest disgust, since it is taking place in aid of the biggest enemies of the Croats in the Republika Srpska, namely your HDZ and Dragan Covic at its head, and then Josip Jerkovic and Davor Cordas, notorious criminals,” is stated in the letter that Begic sent to the Prime Minister of Croatia.
Begic invited Plenkovic to visit the Croatian settlements in the cities of Banja Luka and Prijedor, which he claims can only be reached by cart.
“I invite you to come today from Mostar to my Banja Luka and my Prijedor and for me to drive you in your official car along the roads in the Croatian settlements in these cities. On our roads, only horses and horse-drawn vehicles can pass to the local cemeteries,” Begic concluded in the message.
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic is visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina today. He will visit several cities in Herzegovina and meet with Dragan Covic and religious leaders. The delegation with Plenkovic will also include four Croatian government ministers.