At the start of a four-day visit to the Balkan region, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg expressed concern about Bosnia-Herzegovina, where a separatist threat emerged months ago.
LNATO’s alarm is focused on the pro-Russian Republika Srepska, which together with the Federation of Bosnia Herzegovina forms the state of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg He assured: “We are concerned about secessionist and divisive rhetoric, as well as malign foreign interference, including Russia. This situation threatens to undermine stability and hinders reforms.”
From Sarajevo, Stoltenberg headed to Pristina, where he promised to help stabilize Kosovo’s friction with Serbia: “We will do whatever is necessary to maintain a safe environment and freedom of movement for all people in Kosovo. Stability in the region “depends on all parties choosing diplomacy over violence and honoring existing commitments.”
This Tuesday, Stoltenberg plans to cross the Kosovo border into Serbia to meet with the president in Belgrade. Alexsandar Vucic. Stoltenberg’s trip will end on Wednesday in North Macedonia.
Additional sources • Enrique Barrueco (Voice-over)