N1 learned that BiH Serb Presidency member Milorad Dodik asked that the Presidency considers BiH's entry into the Open Balkans initiative during its Wednesday session, as well as the criminal prosecution of High Representative Christian Schmidt, the dismissal of Presidency Chairman Sefik Dzaferovic, the construction of a gas pipeline that Gazprom would operate in the Republika Srpska entity, as well as approvals for the airport in Trebinje. He was also against the newly appointed German Ambassador to BiH’s Agrément.
Dodik also voted against specific development projects for the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity.
Dodik voted against the Agreement between the Council of Ministers (as the BiH government is called officially) and the British Government on the employment of family members who are part of the household of members of diplomatic and consular missions.
Dodik supported the Agreement on the IPA Fund, the Agreement on Cross-Border Cooperation with Montenegro, the Protocol Amending and Supplementing the Convention for the Protection of Individuals in Relation to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, the Report on the Financial Audit of the Presidency of BiH for 2021 and the Projection of the BiH Presidency Budget for the year 2023.
One of Dodik's demands, N1 learned, was that he go as Bosnia’s representative to the UN General Assembly in New York.
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