Glas Srpske: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

There are no bad peoples, but there is also no collective guilt or collective responsibility for war crimes committed, said the High Representative Valentin Inzko in response to the media frenzy caused by his letter addressed at the RSNA, in which he called for the decorations awarded to Radovan Karadžić, Biljana Plavšić, and Momčilo Krajišnik to b [...]

Klix.ba: Interview with High Representative Valentin Inzko

A quarter of a century after the war, we are still witnessing squabbles about historical facts and a cacophony of accompanying divisive narratives. To put it simply, a situation like this prevents reconciliation and trust-building.

Oslobođenje: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

When I wrote to the RS National Assembly leadership, my intention was to use the 'silenzio stampa' approach, meaning that I did not send the letter to journalists, allowing time to relevant political factors to seriously, reasonably, and without high emptions consider how to make good, wise decisions.

Dnevni avaz: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

Mr Dodik tends to substitute what he sees as his ideal Dayton Accords to those that were actually signed by President Milošević and others. The same goes for the Constitution of BiH. Dayton was a compromise.

Nezavisne novine: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

The images from Pazaric are shocking, appalling and disturbing in many ways. It is incomprehensible that those amongst the most vulnerable, children with disabilities and complex needs, are being mistreated in such a way.

Oslobođenje: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko

BiH’s declared foreign policy direction is membership in the European Union. Despite all the negative rhetoric in BiH, I think the country is still on the right path. That being said, there is a clear need to focus more on forward-looking agendas.