Bosnia's presidency member Izetbegovic calls for ending provocative rhetoric.

By bne IntelliNews October 19, 2011
In an open letter, Bosniak Presidency member Bakir Izetbegovic has urged Serb Republic President Milorad Dodik to stop his rhetoric "that can lead to new conflicts with unpredictable consequences", federal news agency FENA reported. Previously, Dodik has questioned the sustainability of the Bosnian state, calling it an experiment of the international community, and has suggested future secession of the Serb Republic. Meanwhile, Izetbegovic also claimed that Dodik's exclusive politics brought Bosnia into one of the most severe crises since the Dayton peace agreement.
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