Slovenian portal necenzurirano.si Published a non-document allegedly sent to Brussels by Slovenian Prime Minister Janet Jansa.
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That is, it provides a solution for the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
His basic argument was taken over by the main media criticizing the Janis Jansa government on Thursday, accusing it of dictatorship, attacking independent journalism and diverting Slovenia’s foreign policy from the dominant European direction.
There is indeed an informal diplomatic document on the disintegration of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the annexation of the Republika Srpska into Serbia, and the unification of Kosovo and Albania, entitled “Western Balkans-The Way Forward”. As far as we know, this document has been submitted to the Cabinet. The President of the European Council Charles Michel posted on the Slovenian portal “Uncensored” via diplomatic mail in February this year. The journalists Vesna Vuković and Primo Silman (Primož Cirman) wrote that the portal claims to be a research portal and the Slovenian public regards it as a left wing.
The title of the document is “Western Balkans-The Way Forward”.
Many other media in Slovenia have transmitted the content of the alleged document written in English without the title and signature, but with the condition that the European Council or the European Commission has not confirmed the content of the document, and the following circumstances exist: the Prime Minister of Slovenia even The non-document of Yangsha was rejected earlier.
“I don’t know who wrote the document. Our source claimed that it was definitely not created in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, but in Budapest. However, in the diplomatic community in Brussels, it is called’Slovenia’ non-document, because Slovenia The portal stated that the Prime Minister’s Office was said to have participated in the meeting.
According to the portal, this is one of three recent non-documents related to the Western Balkans. Slovenia also participated in the document, although these documents “contradict all valid documents on which Slovenia’s foreign policy is based”. To the portal. In this case, he included Croatia’s non-document on Bosnia and Herzegovina and its access to the European Union, and pointed out that the non-document is “another claim against the Serbian and Croatian nationalist circles. The Union has always It has been thirty years since Bosnia and Herzegovina has been advocated for the dissolution.” There was also an alleged third non-document. According to the allegations, Jansha also participated in the document, but did not provide any details.
Let us remind you that Janez Janša said yesterday that this is an unfounded guess.
“Last year I met Charles Michel, the President of the Security Council. Last year, according to the obscure portal, I personally submitted a document to him. This type of article is trying to undermine our goal because Slovenia is looking for Solutions and prospects for the development of the region. He wrote on Twitter.
The Slovenian government’s so-called idea of dividing Bosnia and Herzegovina along the ethnic borders has been all the rage in the Slovenian political scene. It is unclear whether Giansa’s weak government has a majority in the parliament and it is disturbing to continue the task.