Balkan State of Bosnia is on the verge of a dangerous crisis

Bosnia: The Balkan state of Bosnia-Herzegovina is threatened with a crisis which most analysts refer to as being the most serious case since the end of the Bosnian war in 1995, which accounted for millions of heinous acts of ethnic cleansing resulting in the deaths of numerous citizens.

Christian Schmidt, the international community’s High Representative in Bosnia, has warned earlier this week that the peace agreement brokered by the US ,signed at the end of the war is at risk of collapsing unless strict action is taken to halt Serbian separatists from trying towards secession.
The Serbian leader in Bosnia’s three-person presidency, Milorad Dodik, has many a times repeatedly threatened to break away from the rest of the country, which consists of two autonomous regions linked by a central government since after the war. This time, however,he is making his stance rather clear by introducing laws that would divorce Republika Srpska (Serb Republic) from the state’s joint institutions like the armed forces and judicial bodies.
“This is tantamount to secession without publicly proclaiming it,” Schmidt said to the UN Security Council, which met this week to reauthorize the long-held mission of the European Union-led peacekeeping force, the EUFOR.
In a country where ethnic divisions such as the Serbs, Bosniaks and Croats led to war crimes being committed in recent history, this great level of tension is making observers quite worried.
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