I accused Europe of betraying Bosnia and Herzegovina, said Bosnian writer Abdulah Sidran during his appearance on N1 television program, and speaking about meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.
Sidran said that he started his lunch saying that Europe is today paying for the mistakes they made in ’92 -’95, during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“I asked him not to blame me, us who are Bosnians by birth, Bosniaks by ethnicity. We feel the same as ’92 -’95. when the embargo on arms imports practically related only to us, but the other two nations had open paths to use the weapons. And today the principle of equality is violated – that one nation is disabled in every kind. I spoke for a long time, it was almost unpleasant,” Sidran said, News Agency Patria reports.