BELGRADE – Republika Srpska (RS) President Milorad Dodik said in Belgrade Thursday the Bosnia and Herzegovina entity had Serbia’s full support in terms of its stability, thanking Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and President Tomislav Nikolic for their readiness to discuss all matters affecting the RS.

At a press conference with Vucic, Dodik thanked the Serbian prime minister for enabling him to meet with Germany’s agriculture minister, who  was in Serbia at Chancellor Angela Merkel’s behest.

It was an excellent meeting, Dodik said, adding that Germany should be trusted about its expressions of willingness to assist Bosnia and Herzegovina – including Republika Srpska – on the European path.

He said that he had discussed many joint projects with Vucic.

Commenting on the July 11 commemoration of the Srebrenica crime, Dodik said Serbs in Republika Srpska and Serbia had never denied that a crime had happened there.

However, the insistence that what happened there was genocide is telling us that Srebrenica has become completely politicised, he noted.