Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Bosnian Foreign Ministry protests against Draskovic's statements

SARAJEVO, June 28 (Hina) - The authorities of Bosnia-Herzegovina on Tuesday expressed their concern and dissatisfaction to the Ambassador of Serbia and Montenegro, Stanimir Vukicevic, with the latest statements by Serbia and Montenegro Foreign Minister Vuk Draskovic, who linked the solving of Kosovo's status with the respecting of Bosnian state borders, the Bosnian Foreign Ministry reported.

The statement said that Ambassador Vukicevic was called to the ministry where he was received by acting secretary general Adnan Hadzikapetanovic.

Hadzikapetanovic told the ambassador that Draskovic's statement did not contribute to the good-neighbourly relations and the development of the spirit of regional cooperation.

The Bosnian Foreign Ministry has also instructed Bosnian Ambassador in Belgrade Tomislav Leko to ask the Serbia and Montenegro Foreign Ministry to take an official position on Draskovic's statement.

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