Interview: Serbia's FM Vuk Jeremic

Al Jazeera spoke to the FM on a referendum for a Serbian entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

    Following the bloody conflict between Bosnia's Muslims, Serbs and Croats in the 1990s, an agreement was eventually reached dividing Bosnia-Herzegovina into two separate political entities.

    Now there is speculation that Republika Srpska, the Serbian entity within Bosnia-Herzegovina, might call for a referendum on independence - which could seriously destabilise the region.

    Al Jazeera's Clayton Swisher spoke to Vuk Jeremic, Serbia's foreign minister, who insists that Republika Srpska is not seeking a secession.  
     

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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