18:22 / 24.06.2022.

Author: Domagoj Ferenčić

Milanović accuses Plenković of betraying the Croat people in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Croatian President Zoran Milanović

Croatian President Zoran Milanović

Foto: Davorin Visnjic / PIXSELL

As a result of the EU's failure to offer Bosnia and Herzegovina candidate status for EU membership, the Croatian President slammed the EU and the international community as a whole for failing Bosnia and Herzegovina, saying that the level of incompetence, arrogance and mismanagement that the so-called international community is leaving in its wake in Bosnia and Herzegovina is unprecedented.

Croatian President Zoran Milanović turned his ire to Croatian politicians on Friday. He started by accusing Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and his government of betraying the Croat people in Bosnia and Herzegovina by failing to do what was required to ensure that the country got candidate status: “Plenković is a traitor, I'm saying it again. Because, a few days ago at a congress of the HDZ he was talking about 'not allowing anyone to call him a traitor', obviously this bothers him otherwise he wouldn't feel the need to say that. Yes, this is a betrayal, this is a Croatian political tragedy. I am ashamed and mortified.”

President Milanović then turned his focus to a recent statement from Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlić Radman: “He tells Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country in which half a million Croats live, that such a dysfunctional country cannot be a candidate. What's with Ukraine? They're a functional country? Plenković has brainwashed this man. And he is a willing victim of that brainwashing. But then, it backfires, his small brain gets shuffled into the spin cycle and can't handle it, and that's where it all falls apart. He has difficulty expressing himself, and that leads people to think that he has something intelligent to say, but in fact, he's dumb.”

Milanović also criticized Bosnian Muslim leader Bakir Izetbegović and his SDA party for refusing to agree to terms that were legal, constitutional, moral and stemmed from obligations agreed to in the Dayton Agreement, which would have resolved the issue long ago.

Source: HRT

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