The guest of Morning for all Radio and Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina was Ognjen Tadić, advisor to the President of Republika Srpska. He spoke about the possible decision on independence and separation of this entity, as well as about the high representative of the international community, Christian Schmidt.
By arriving in Banja Luka, Schmidt once again attacked the Dayton Peace Agreement, Tadic told BHRT.
“As a citizen, I am amazed that he has put himself in the position of coming to Banjaluka as an illegal, although as a tourist he can come whenever he wants,” said Tadić, commenting on Schmidt’s meeting with Bishop Franjo Komarica in Banjaluka.
Tadić asked how else to explain that the secret visit of Schmidt in the morning was published on the “X” social network only after he returned to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, around 6 pm, to which Bishop Komarica was also confused.
“As a believer, I can tell Bishop Komarica that we Christians can believe that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was conceived without sin, but without the decision of the UN Security Council, we cannot believe that Christian Schmidt is a high representative,” concluded Tadić.
Tadic also said that the RS will make a decision on independence if the high representative imposes a decision on state property.
When asked whether the RS will make a decision on independence, he said yes.
“We will protect the RS and the Dayton Agreement and we will prevent anti-Dayton activities. The Republika Srpska is a party to the Dayton Agreement, if someone wants to destroy that agreement, wants to tear it down, and seizing property is that, the only thing we can do is to distance ourselves from it let’s do it.”