The president says the state he heads is “stillborn”

Split in Bosnia increases the risk of a new civil war.

Three years ago, this trio took over as Bosnian presidents. From left Serbian Milorad Dodik, Croatian Zeljko Komsic and Bosnian Sefik Dzaferovic.

– The madness does not end. Not until the man comes to his senses and receives the necessary therapy, says Zeljko Komsic.

He is one of three presidents in Bosnia-Herzegovina and talks about his fellow president Milorad Dodik. Dodik is accused of provoking a crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Fears are mounting that it may spread to the rest of the former Yugoslavia.

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