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Inzko: EU to accept Bosnia only as unified country

29. March 2012. | 09:42

Source: MIA

 The European Union (EU) will admit Bosnia-Herzegovina only as a unified country, High Representative Valentin Inzko said at a meeting in Graz, Austria.

 The European Union (EU) will admit Bosnia-Herzegovina only as a unified country, High Representative Valentin Inzko said at a meeting in Graz, Austria.

The security situation in Bosnia-Herezgovina is stable, but political stagnation is present and the country has no other prospects than the EU membership, it was concluded at the meeting held late Tuesday.

"It would be absurd to think that EU accession is possible with two separate entities," said Inzko, who joined the discussion via video link.

The EU is not creating a single market in order to have two separate ones in Bosnia, he concluded.

The post-war Bosnia is made up of the Serb Republic (RS) and the Muslim-Croat Federation (FBiH).

The Bosniak (Muslim) member of the country's presidency, and current chair of this body, on Tuesday expressed his optimism that Bosnia would join the EU "in eight to ten years".

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