Representatives of Bosniak political parties SDA, SBB, SBiH and A-SDA held a meeting at the hotel Bristol in Sarajevo. The topic of the meeting was the current political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The meeting was attended by the president of SDA Bakir Izetbegović, deputy president of SDA Adil Osmanović, vice-president of SBB Mirsad Đonlagić, president of SBiH Amer Jerlagić and other representatives of coalition parties.
Bosniak unity has been discussed, as well as the current political situation in B&H, threats imposed by the President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik in terms of referendums, the Reform Agenda and challenges that the coalition can respond to, possibilities of faster implementation of infrastructure projects in B&H with special emphasis on first roads, i.e. the connection between Bihać, Tuzla, Sarajevo and Mostar, and the protection of B&H property in Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia from the aspect of passive income.
Jerlagić said that the next meeting will be held in 15 to 20 days. Until then, operational meetings at lower levels will be held.
When asked whether the bringing of charges against the president of SBB and the former minister of security of B&H Fahrudin Radončić was discussed, too, Jerlagić said that it is an inevitable topic, given the circumstances.
“That is an inevitable topic considering the fact that the person in question is the president of a coalition party. Those are matters of concern to the Court of B&H and the Prosecutor’s Office of B&H and it is best not to comment on that,” Jerlagić concluded.