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NATO rejects Bosnia and Herzegovina due to Russia’s influence
According to some verified sources, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s accession to NATO has been definitely stopped. NATO does not want the Russian Federation to infiltrate into its membership indirectly through Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The accession of BiH in NATO would automatically give a voice to Russia that could block NATO actions through BiH membership. BiH has fallen victim to the Russian-Serbian agreement which is supported by a certain part of Croatian and Bosniak politicians in BiH. The present situation in that country obviously shows that the whole security and defence system of BiH is controlled by Serbia, i.e. Moscow. In its analysis published on 28 August 2012 entitled “BiH: The Moscow – Belgrade – Banja Luka – Sarajevo transversal”(link: http://www.ifimes.org/en/researches/the-moscow-belgrade-banja-luka-sarajevo-transversal-2013-01-24/) IFIMES among other wrote the following analysis and assessment:
“By offering solutions for the implementation of the Sejdić-Finci case the leading political parties are trying to make some fundamental constitutional changes and realise their secret strategic interests such as to postpone Bosnia and Herzegovina’s full membership in NATO and eventually even to prevent it. The background of the reconstruction of power in Bosnia and Herzegovina has revealed that the aim is to enable the staff of Zlatko Lagumdžija (SDP) and Fahrudin Radončić (SBB) to take over the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as well as the Defence Ministry, while Radončić himself would occupy the position as the Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This would enable them to assume full control of the key governmental departments responsible for the process of NATO accession and for the security system of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Consequently, the security system of Bosnia and Herzegovina would be directly connected with Moscow, which has a transversal connection with Tehran. Based on the current status of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its partnership relations with NATO, the above stated transversal would infiltrate into the security system of NATO, EU and other international institutions and agencies ensuring the security of western countries.”
While attempts have been carried out through the “Moscow – Belgrade – Banja Luka – Sarajevo transversal” to destroy the judicial system in Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially the Court and the Prosecutor’s Office, the strategy is being implemented to take over the control of the BiH Armed Forces and security-intelligence system. At the moment the “transversal” is engaged in the final phase of gaining control over the judicial system in BiH. To that end it has set up a set of conditions and “problems” to distance BiH from NATO membership not only through organising a referendum but also through various legal ruses, such as public property and war gains etc. NATO’s indifference will soon bring BiH to the crossroads where it will have to decide whether to surrender to the military and defence union with Serbia and Russia. Bearing in mind that the leading politicians representing the Bosniak and Croat nations in BiH, including Fahrudin Radončić, Zlatko Lagumdžija and Dragan Čović (HDZ), are supporting the “transversal” policy, the future of BiH has never been as uncertain as it is now, not even during the 1992-1995 war period. It is therefore not surprising to hear the Chairman of the BiH Presidency Željko Komšić say that the patriots would take up arms to defend BiH should that be necessary.
THE MINISTER OF THE “TRANSVERSAL”
While the agencies responsible for the executive branch of power in BiH such as the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) are demonstrating all the vehemence of the Russian-Serbian strategy for BiH through illegal apprehensions, intimidation of citizens, staged investigations, violation of laws and abuse of authorities, the BiH Minister of Security is openly deceiving the citizens of BiH that he has no authority over the operations of those agencies. His behaviour resembles that of Fikret Abdić in early 1990s. Analysts note that this is a classic example of deception by a minister. As the basis for this analysis let us state some laws that stipulate that the Security Minister is responsible for all security issues in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Paragraph 4 and point (f) of Article 8 of the Law on State Investigation and Protection Agency lay down that:
(4) Director is responsible to the Minister and the Council of Ministers for his activities, for the activities carried out by SIPA, and for the situation in the fields falling within SIPA competence;
(f) preparing annual reports on the activities and on the situation in the fields falling within SIPA competence and submitting them to the Council of Ministers and preparing special reports as needed or if requested by the Minister;
Accordingly SIPA Director Goran Zubac is responsible to BiH Minister of Security Fahrudin Radončić, has to submit annual reports to him and when needed prepare special reports at his request. The strict subordination regime and hierarchy in relation to Security Minister apply also to other administrative organisations within the Security Ministry:
AMERICAN ASSISTANCE IN FIGHTING MAFIA
The IFIMES International Institute urges the representatives of the EU, OHR, PIC as well as representatives of the US administration in Bosnia and Herzegovina to stop the implementation of the police state and the abuse of security and intelligence agencies in that country Representatives of those organisations should be involved in the investigation of illegal eavesdropping on telephone conversations of journalists and independent media houses in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They should also offer support to BiH Chief Prosecutor and President of the Court in order to halt the politically motivated investigations and proceedings carried out by the corrupt security and intelligence apparatus. In order to prevent further destabilisation of the country, the BiH Parliament should pass the law that would permanently prohibit any person convicted by a final judgement for war crimes and genocide committed during the recent war to perform public functions, even after they have served their prison sentence. Should the BiH Parliament not be able to pass such a law, the High Representative (OHR) in Bosnia and Herzegovina Valentin Inzko is expected to impose it instead.
Following the example of Italy after World War II, Bosnia and Herzegovina would need strong assistance of American agencies in fighting organised crime and corruption as well as mafia structures which have gained control over a large part of state institutions, entities, cantons and municipalities and paralysed them in fighting organised crime and corruption.
Analysts have noted that reports issued by the BiH Ministry of Security and its subordinated bodies and agencies should be read with caution, since they were drawn up on the basis of internal clashes and attempts to discredit certain individuals and organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and are as such very unreliable for any serious operational use within BiH as well as for international security and intelligence cooperation. As practice from previous cases in other countries has shown, the destruction of the security system represents an introduction into the dissolution of the state.
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