The media in the region today caused real confusion by announcing that Slovenian President Borut Pahor, during a recent visit to Sarajevo, said that there were more and more voices in Europe lately about the end of the disintegration of Yugoslavia and that European Council President Charles Michel was handed “non -paper “in this regard. The Prime Minister of Slovenia, Janez Janša, then said that Slovenia was seriously looking for solutions for the development of the region and the EU perspective of the countries of the Western Balkans, but that some allegations were trying to prevent that goal.
He announced on Twitter on the occasion of the media writing in BiH that he handed over a “non-paper” to the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, in which he allegedly announced that one of the priorities would be the end of the disintegration of Yugoslavia. Jansa stated that he last met Michel last year and added that he could hardly physically hand him anything in February or March this year. Fena previously reported that BiH Presidency member Zeljko Komsic confirmed that Slovenian President Borut Pahor, during his recent visit to Sarajevo, said that there have been more and more voices in Europe lately about the end of the disintegration of Yugoslavia.
Komsic said that after that, Pahor asked: “Can you disperse peacefully in BiH?”. According to Komsic, he and Sefik Dzaferovic said that peaceful separation was not possible, while chairman Milorad Dodik expressed the opposite position. “Yes, it’s true! Among other things, but not only because of that, we also sent a non-paper “, said Komšić, confirming for Fena that the Slovenian president asked such a question. The Sarajevo portal Kliks reminds that after Pahor’s visit, Dodik twice emphasized the story of a peaceful breakup, among other things, saying that such voices can be heard in certain circles in Europe.
Dodik, it is stated, obviously means the support of the European right, which has significantly strengthened in recent years in some countries, such as Hungary, but also Slovenia in the person and part of Prime Minister Janez Jansa. Pokedin’s media also reminded of Pahor’s speech in the Parliament of Northern Macedonia on September 25 last year, when he said that “if there is no enlargement of the European Union or enlargement, the thesis will slowly prevail that the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia is not over yet.” existing “. We know from historical experience that there is very little chance that such a process will take place in a peaceful manner without conflicts that could also jeopardize security and stability in Southeast Europe in general. That is why I have said many times that the enlargement of the European Union to the Western Balkans is an exclusively political issue, which also requires an even more thoughtful strategy of the European Union, “Pahor said at the time. They also reminded that in the light of the European perspective of the Western Balkans, Pahor is preparing a meeting of the leaders of the Brdo – Brijuni Process initiative, scheduled for May. By the way, a meeting of Komsic’s advisers and Slovenian ambassador to Sarajevo, Zorica Bukinac, was held today in the Presidency of BiH, and on the occasion of media articles about the alleged document that Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa sent to European Council President Charles Michel, Tanjug reported. The Cabinet of the Slovenian President announced: Pahor regularly warns against the idea of the disintegration of BiH The President of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, is an advocate of Bosnia and Herzegovina, its territorial integrity, European perspective and peaceful development, which he always consistently emphasizes, it was announced for Sarajevo’s N1 TV from the office of the Slovenian president. “President Pahor wants BiH to become part of the European Union as soon as possible. “He constantly emphasizes the importance of a geopolitical approach to the enlargement of the European Union, which would include BiH, which is currently the weakest formally connected to the EU,” the statement reads. They point out that Pahor regularly warns against the ideas of the disintegration of BiH and the redrawing of borders in the Western Balkans.