A new relationship between Serbia and Bosnia is what may arise from the arrest of Mladic, according to the co-president of Bosnia’s tripartite presidency, Bakir Izebegovic.
“We can say justice is slow. In this case too slow. But it comes. Sooner or later justice comes. We will find out all the facts about the truth and about what happened here in this region during the past war,” he said
Those sentiments were shared by his Croatian counterpart Ivo Josipovic who said this was a moment to remember all the victims.
“This is a very important step forward for Serbia, especially regarding its ambitions towards EU integration and it’s of great significance for the region. Now Serbia is able to build better relations in the region, including bilateral issues with Bosnia and Herzegovina,” Josipovic said.
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