“I was positive that there would be no war (when former Yugoslavia fell apart in early nineties). Today I am even more positive that there will be no (war), but still I must say that it is not up to us; rather the great powers (will decide). (…) I’m not sure that we are interesting to them, fortunately,” the Croat member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the leader of HDZ BiH Dragan Covic told Vecernji list daily.
In the regional context, said Covic, the most important thing is to have peace between Serbia and Kosovo. The recent tension, in his opinion, is about the Serbian elections.
“For now, I do not see war potential, But I am sure something (like a war) can be organized. All sorts of protest ‘games’ are being prepared (…) by almost the same actors who did it three years ago,” said Covic.