The leader of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD) and the Chairman of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, used the presence of the Serbian president, Aleksandar Vučić, in Mostar to further shake the political scene in the state with the demand for the control of weapon factories in Federation BiH, one of the entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
During Vučić visit, on the occasion of the opening ceremony of the Mostar Fair, Dodik stated that information on whether there is an illegal plan of production of weapons and ammunition in factories under the control of the Party of the Democratic Action (SDA) should be investigated, as well as whether the intelligence service and party commission are registering able-bodied Bosniaks.
Dodik says he has information indicating that two SDA meetings were held in Mostar in the past three months and that they were attended by presidents of local party organizations from that region.
“Representatives of the intelligence community and the SDA security commission came here to organize the registration of all able-bodied Bosniaks, to check where they were and what they were doing during the war, and to see how to train those who did not undergo military training in case of need”, Dodik told reporters in Mostar.
He said that there is information that some weapons and ammunition factories in the FBiH, which are under direct control of Bosniaks, by which he meant the SDA, increased production uncontrollably.
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