Letter of the day to:
Anthony Blinken, Gabriel Escobar, Matthew Palmer, Gregory W. Meeks, Josep Borrell, Angelina Einchorst, Christian Schmidt, Johann Sattler and Eric Nelson
The letter dated 19th November 2021, sent to you by Dr. Božo Ljubić not only has false allegations, but is incomplete in its allegations of important facts without which it is not possible to see the complete picture of the situation in Bosnian society and the country. Please find the aforementioned letter in the following link: http://www.hnsbih.ba/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/LETTER_Božo-Ljubić_HNS-BiH.pdf.
Allow me, therefore, to present to you the corrections of the false allegations in Ljubić’s letter and to point out to you the important facts, which Dr. Ljubić, consciously or unconsciously, bypassed, as a strategic attempt to deceive the international community.
- Conscious disregard for facts
Dr. Ljubić knowingly ignores the facts in order to give the impression that only “one side” is to blame for the current crisis situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, thus supporting Milorad Dodik’s divisive and secessionist policy, all with the aim of justifying the emergence and eventual return of the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna, as the third entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Ljubić’s letter as a position of HDZ
This leads to the conclusion that Ljubić’s letter was written by the HDZ political team, which uses Dodik’s false “arguments” for the alleged return to the original Dayton, blaming the pejoratively called “Muslim Unitarian side” for distorting the “original” Dayton.
- Anti-Bosnian joint venture
Like Dodik, Dr Ljubić is attacking the Bosnian constitutional order, including the OHR’s international peace institution.
Everything that looks like a pro-Bosnian political bloc, etc. Ljubic presents as a “pro-Bosniak” endeavour, wanting to emphasize that it is a mono-ethnic or unitarian conspiracy against Croats (and Serbs).
- Ljubić and the European Court of Human Rights
Nowhere in his letter does Dr. Ljubić mention the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), which is an integral part of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Dr Ljubić is not interested in either the case law of the ECtHR nor the opinion of the Venice Commission, nor the judgments of the ECtHR, which were passed in relation to Bosnia and Herzegovina, because all that would further deepen the gaping cracks in his letter.
- Ljubić’s promotion of the alliance between HDZ and SNSD
In his letter, Dr. Ljubić aims to cover up the strategic anti-Bosnian cooperation between HDZ and SNSD in terms of stopping the international community’s sanctions against Dodik’s overthrow of the constitutional order of the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina. By doing this, Dr. Ljubić wants to increase pressure on international actors to extort from Bosnian political and moral factors that which would satisfy the political appetites of HDZ, HNS and the Republic of Croatia.
- Necessary academic and political action of Bosnian parties
In fact, nothing new is revealed in the letter by Dr. Božo Ljubić. Everything is very familiar. However, precisely because of that, the Bosnian patriotic political and moral mind must not neglect that. In fact, a legal-political team must be organized, which will respond point by point to “Ljubić’s letter”, as well as to the proposed conclusions of the “National Assembly of Republika Srpska”.
Therefore, Ljubić’s letter should be a trigger for Bosnian political parties to strategically, systematically and urgently defend Bosnian multi-ethnic and cosmopolitan identity with irrefutable civilizational arguments, which correspond to international norms and standards in the field of human rights, rule of law and non-discrimination, i.e.. non-apartheid, and to dismiss false accusations of alleged Bosniak / Bosnian unitarian intentions.
It is also necessary to make a precise analysis of the personnel policy in the county / cantonal authorities with a Croat majority, where it would be proven exactly how HDZ and other Croatian nationalist parties treat other constituent peoples where Croats, ie HDZ are in the majority.
If this is not done, Bosnian state policy risks repeating the 1992-1995 scenario when the internationally recognized Bosnian state was pejoratively referred to as the “Muslim Government in Sarajevo”.
- Ljubić’s constitutivity and legitimacy
In his letter, Dr. Ljubić uses the mantra of the constituency and legitimacy of the people to deprive Bosnian politics of the right to participate actively and in full capacity in resolving key Bosnian issues on which Bosnia and Herzegovina’s progress towards Euro-Atlantic integration and protection of Bosnian state sovereignty and territorial integrity depend.
- Ljubić’s and Čović’s Bosnian unitarians
From the letter of Dr. Ljubić, it is clear that he wrote it in a joint venture with Dragan Čović, President of HDZ of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who does not miss the opportunity to emphasize that the current crisis situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina is solely the fault of “Bosnian Unitarians” who are, again exclusively, Bosniaks because they are Muslims and because they have no spare homeland or state, so they are in love with their only homeland and the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina, while Croats have Croatia and Serbs have Serbia. Therefore, Bosnia and Herzegovina is a surplus, which they would share fraternally with each other.
- It is not what Ljubić wrote, but what he did not write that is also the issue.
It should be emphasized here that it is much more important what Dr. Ljubić does not state in his letter than what he does. Namely, following an unprincipled and one-sided logic, Dr. Ljubić in his letter, pardons, that is, does not mention the states, organizations, political parties and persons, which are the real causes of the Bosnian crisis from the beginning, and these are:
- The Republic of Serbia and Aleksandar Vučić personally;
- Tuđman policy of the Republic of Croatia;
- Politics of the Russian Federation after Boris Yeltsin;
- Fascoid and extremist policies of individual EU member states, led by Hungarian President Viktor Orban and Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša, as well as other Bosnian-phobic European political and state factors;
- The policy of a part of the European Union to which dr. Ljubić is present as a member of the Parliament of the Republic of Croatia;
- HDZ’s policy with or without a prefix that never distanced itself from the Milosević-Tuđman agreement on the partition of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ie HDZ still advocates the establishment of the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna as a modus operandi of partition of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In addition, Dr. Ljubić in his letter, deliberately ignores the most important fact, and that is that Franjo Tuđman and no one else signed the “Washington” and “Dayton Agreement” on behalf of the Croats, where the parastate creation of the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna is abolished. With the establishment of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as a single constituency, Tuđman therefore signed the Election Law of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the change of which is now being sought by HDZ.
Of course, dr. Ljubić is pointing the finger at Bosniaks as the culprits for what Franjo Tuđman himself signed on behalf of the Bosnian Croats. This is not only incorrect, but also luciferically malicious.
- Croatian politics in Bosnia a la Serbian politics of irredentism
In fact, Dr. Ljubić supports the same matrix as Milorad Dodik, seeking retroactive changes to what the Bosnian Croats have repeatedly supported and signed with the mediation and support of the international community.
In his letter, Dr.Ljubić refers to the “Ljubić case” with a request that it be legally resolved by changing the Election Law. However, neither Čović, nor the Croatian policy towards Bosnia and Herzegovina, would “mind” the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina together with Vučić and Dodik according to the Tuđman-Milosević agreement from Karađorđevo.
Undoubtedly, Ljubić’s letter is the most glaring example of support for Milorad Dodik’s irredentist policy to the detriment of Bosnian society and the state.
- Ljubić’s attitude towards Milošević
The most tragic thing is that Dr. Ljubić in his letter, implicitly pardons is the joint criminal plan of Slobodan Milosević and other Serbian officials, who are most responsible for the break-up of the former Yugoslavia and the war crimes committed in Vukovar and the genocide committed in Srebrenica.
- Ljubić’s attitude towards the international community
In his letter under the subtitle “Strategies, goals and narratives related to the crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, Dr. Ljubić calls the domestic and international public, as well as you personally, “Sarajevo-centric” because you have recognized that Serbia, Russia and China are directly undermining the state sovereignty and territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
It is now clear to everyone that Ljubić’s letter aims to empower “Croatian nationalists” who, under the guise of advocating for legitimate political representation, are working to establish a third entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dr. Ljubić is right when he says that it is not recognized that “there is a third party – Croatia.” Of course, there are Čović and Ljubić, who, with the support of Croatian politics, made an alliance with Dodik’s Serbian policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. They are trying to divide Bosnia and Herzegovina in a joint anti-Bosnian enterprise, as did the criminals Karadžić and Prlić, who were sentenced at the Hague tribunal.
Instead of being satisfied that High Representative Christian Schmidt did not label them in his report to the UN Security Council as destroyers of Bosnian society and the state, Dr. Ljubić criticizes Mr. Schmidt for “not recognizing” them, that is, for not mentioning “their Croatian problem” in his report, which is that they fail to divide Bosnian society and the state in collaboration with Milorad Dodik.
Dr. Ljubić, in fact, complains to you, international stakeholders, that you do not understand Croatia’s need to rebuild the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna by forcing a change in the Election Law that would follow the establishment of a “third entity” modelled on the smaller Bosnian entity “Republika Srpska”.
- Ljubić’s nightmare from the pro-Bosnian block
Among other things, Dr. Ljubić writes that Bosnian Croats were disenfranchised because of the “pro-Bosnian bloc” and not because of crimes against Posavina Croats, which Tudjman handed over to Milosevic, as well as against Bosnian Croats in RS, who were exterminated along with Bosniaks by Milosević and Karadžić.
Ljubić, Čović and Croatian politics in general are not interested in that. They are interested in 15% of the territory in Herzegovina, which was called the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna. They accuse the “pro-Bosnian” bloc because of that territory. Dr. Ljubić writes that the greatest responsibility for such a situation, with the exception of war suffering, obstruction of return and asymmetric solutions in the Constitution, lies with parties and political actors from the so-called “pro-Bosnian bloc”.
As a former general practitioner and current Croatian politician dr. Ljubić introduces himself as a teacher, who teaches us that the “pro-Bosnian” bloc works in two directions. The first is the weakening of the position and power of the RS entity, and the second direction is the denial and weakening of Croatian constituency in the entity of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as at the state level.
As part of this process, Ljubić writes, some members of the “pro-Bosnian” bloc have so far usurped the position of Croatian member of the three-member Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina three times by electoral engineering (the case of Željko Komšić) and twice taken over complete executive power in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (president and two vice presidents of FBiH and the Government of FBiH).
- With pathos, Ljubić saves the smaller Bosnian entity of RS
Like Milorad Dodik, Dr. Ljubić expresses fear and a protective attitude towards RS, but without any need, because there is no “weakening” of RS, there is only an action of Greater Serbia policy, which, with the help of Russia and Serbia, wants to appropriate part of Bosnian territory.
If the “weakening” for Ljubić is all that the Serbian representatives voted in the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and now they would unilaterally abolish it, then it is quite clear why HDZ’s policy of Ljubić and Čović is complementary to the policy of the Greater Serbia policy.
If they do not get the Election Law they voted for through the Washington and Dayton Peace Accords, then the solution is the same matrix as Dodik’s Greater Serbia: blocking state institutions through withdrawal from effective work, all for the sake of rebuilding the parastate of the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna.
- Ljubić’s obsession with changing the Election Law
The Election Law was not passed by Bosniaks, but by the institutions of the Bosnian state, which include Croats, and the signature was put, as we have already said, by none other than Franjo Tudjman himself, who is the greatest Croat of all.
- Ljubić’s three peoples or three tribes in Bosnia
By calling the pro-Bosnian bloc a Bosniak bloc, dr. Ljubić and Čović, together, make the Dayton Agreement meaningless and try to reduce the statehood of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the level of an agreement between the three peoples. The Bosnian state existed before Ljubić, Čović, Dodik and the “Bosniak bloc”, as Ljubić calls it.
- Restoration of the name of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Even if one of the Bosniaks, God forbid, agreed to the so-called a return to the original Dayton and the “three sides” would mean an automatic return to the continuity of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a continuity guaranteed by the Dayton Agreement. It must be clear to Ljubić that neither Tuđman nor Milosević gave international recognition to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Both only reaffirmed the continuity of the independent and internationally recognized Bosnian state with their signature in Dayton.
- Ljubić and High representatives
At the end of this part of his letter, Dr. Ljubić attacked the High Representatives from Paddy to Petrich, which only confirms the truth that there is no difference in Croatian-Ljubić’s or HDZ’s secessionist activities from Milorad Dodik’s secessionist activities in the spirit and letter of the Greater Serbia policy against the Bosnian state.
- Ljubić and Čović as “honorary” protectors of Bosnian Croats
Ljubić and Čović present themselves as “honorary” protectors of Croatian rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They boast that they are the only real protagonists of EU and NATO values while at the same time working to promote the “Serbian world”, breaking the centuries-old multiethnicity and multireligiousness of the Bosnian society and state.
- Bosniaks/Bosnians are to blame for all Croat suffering in Bosnia
In the subtitle “Consequences of” strengthening the state” by interventions on the Constitution and the Election Law”, dr. Ljubić believes that this means “strengthening the unitarian” pro-Bosnian / pro-Bosniak “political agenda, which increasingly sees the state and its institutions as a means to achieve its particular political interests and goals.”
Ljubić again proposes models for resolving on the matrix of Greater Serbia, i.e. Greater Croatia politics, which was defeated in Bosnia and Herzegovina militarily, politically and legally.
Bosniaks cannot be blamed for the fact that Croatian brigades from Croatia did not establish the borders of the banovina in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Nor can Bosniaks be blamed for Franjo Tuđman abolishing the Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna because of Knin and Slavonia.
Bosniaks are not guilty either because the Hague Tribunal condemned Croatia for aggression against Bosnia, as well as for the Joint Criminal Enterprise against Bosnian citizens led by Franjo Tuđman.
- Ljubić’s middle way – what is that?
To put it mildly, dr. Ljubić lies when he says in the letter that: “Only Croatian politics in Bosnia and Herzegovina does not have the resources or potential for domination, both at the level of existing entities and the state, and at the level of mutual relations of the constituent peoples.
In such a constellation of forces and relations, Croatian politics primarily advocates the “middle way”, federalist and consociational principles and models of state organization, ie consistent respect and implementation of the spirit of the DMS and the fundamental principles of the BiH Constitution, constitutionality and mutual institutional and political equality of Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs. I would say that Croatian politics stands for the only possible model of survival and integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, “writes Dr. Ljubić in his letter.
- Ljubić’s arguments equal to Prlić’s at The Hague
This part of Ljubić’s letter is reminiscent of the defense of Jadranko Prlić and other convicted war criminals in The Hague when they defended themselves with arguments:
- that the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna was not against the partition of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- that the HVO was part of the law of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- that the crime, if committed, was not part of the System;
- that the Republic of Croatia did not take part in the conflict;
- that the Republic of Croatia has received thousands of refugees from Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- that Bosnian Croats voted for the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- that the Republic of Croatia has recognized the Bosnian state;
- Some of Ljubić’s arguments are correct, but they are not true
However, even if some of these arguments are true, such as the fact that Croats voted for the independence of the Bosnian state and that Croatia received a significant number of Bosnian refugees, this does not mean, however, that the crime was not committed in the name of a greater Croatia, as well as that it was not part of the System in agreement with the Serbian side.
What dr. Ljubić is proposing as a “middle way” so that the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna would return by changing the Election Law and the position of a member of the presidency would be guaranteed for life to HDZ BiH or HDZ 1990 is pure blasphemy.
At the moment when HDZ’s policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina really accepts the Bosnian state as its own, even on a declarative level, then there are conditions for Croatian HDZ’s policy to move away from Greater Serbia policy and to reach the international community with the help of the international community. a realistic solution, which would be in the interest of all Bosnian citizens.
I believe and know that Dr. Ljubić does not believe in this passage that I quoted, that is, he was not honest with himself while writing it.
- Ljubić’s false dilemmas
Whose is Bosnia?
The most interesting is Ljubić’s question: “Whose is Bosnia and Herzegovina?” In response to this superfluous question, Dr. Ljubić refers to ZAVNOBiH: “In fact, Bosnia and Herzegovina was established on these principles by the Resolution of ZAVNOBiH on November 25, 1943 (today this date is celebrated as a birthday, ie the day of the statehood of Bosnia and Herzegovina). Delegates of the National Anti-Fascist Council of the People’s Liberation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ZAVNOBiH) were aware of the multinational character, deep national differences and goals that were the cause of tragic conflicts in the past, and the ZAVNOBiH Resolution clearly stated that BiH would be neither Serbian nor neither Croat nor Muslim, but jointly Serb and Muslim and Croat”.
- The thesis that Bosnia belongs to no one in order to be everyone’s
Assuming that the famous formulation that Bosnia and Herzegovina is nobody’s can mean that it can be anyone but its indigenous Bosnian citizens in the DMS in the preamble of Annex IV – the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina clearly states: “Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs, as constituent peoples.
- Deliberate circumvention of the crimes of Herceg Bosna
“The Fight” of Dr. Ljubić for the equality of Bosnian Croats is legitimate, but it is not fair that this struggle supports the Greater Serbia policy of partition of Bosnia and Herzegovina, that is, to support the renewal of the parastate creation of the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna, which Dr. Ljubic did not write a single letter in his letter, as if it never existed and as if no crime had taken place under its flag.
- There is no reason for a misunderstanding between Bosniaks and Croats in Bosnia
The irrelevance of Ljubić’s letter is not in what he wrote, but in what he did not write, which is relevant to understand the crisis in relations between Bosniaks and Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are expected to be in an alliance not against Bosnian Serbs but for a sovereign and a functioning Bosnian state. I assure you that there is no reason for a conflict between Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Bosniaks other than Greater Croatia politics, which seeks, consciously or unconsciously, to imitate Greater Serbia politics in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Ljubić’s wrong question: Who is to blame“?
And this question of Ljubić’s: “What and why did it go wrong?” is superfluous for those who know who the real cause of the aggression against Bosnia and the genocide against Bosniaks is. Dr. Ljubic is wrong when he writes that there was trust while he was in the government from 1994 to 2001 and that everything “went wrong” due to the policy of the international community in 2001.
I want to remind you that everything went wrong because of the then so-called of Croatian self-government in 2001 and attempted attacks on the Bosnian state. At that time, it seems to me that HDZ was not in power (neither the SDA nor the SDS, as national parties). HDZ then had the biggest defector, Jadranko Prlić, who later ended up in The Hague. At that time, Bosnian Croats tried to retake the Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna by force. It had failed, as will the attempt of Milorad Dodik to separate a smaller Bosnian entity from the Bosnian state.
- Ljubić blames the international community for the ban on dividing Bosnia
Dr. Ljubić mentions Cyprus, citing texts stating that Bosnia and Herzegovina cannot be divided because of the international community, which is part of the internal law of Bosnia and Herzegovina. What delusion and what substitution of thesis, which dr. Ljubić places with premeditation in order to deceive you. Maybe some of you can be deceived, but we Good Bosnians in Bosnia have never and will never be deceived by even more skilled manipulators than Dr. Ljubić.
- Ljubić’s causes of the division of Bosnian society?
Apparently dr. Ljubić is not interested in the causes of the state of divided Bosnian society, although he writes about it. That is why I consider it important to tell you that divided Bosnian society is the result of two anti-Bosnian great-power nationalist projects – Serbian and Croat.
Fortunately, by God’s grace, Bosniaks managed to survive genocide and a joint criminal enterprise. They managed to defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Bosnian state.
In fact, “the divided Bosnian society” is precisely because of people like Dr. Ljubić, who dreams of a greater Croatia at the expense of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who believes that Croats and the whole world are endangered by those who survived the genocide and the Croatian JCE camps, which was sanctioned by the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
- The international community stands in the way of the division of Bosnia
Is it possible that Dr. Ljubić did not write a single word about the JCE, but in his letter he presents himself as a spokesman for politics, who sees that the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the only solution that you, the international community, are hampering.
Of course, that is true, just as it is true that Ljubić and Čović together with Milorad Dodik are advocating the persecution of “foreigners” from the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the High Representative in order to more easily divide Bosnian society and the state on the principle of apartheid.
But dr. Ljubić should understand once and for all that the division of the Bosnian society and the state is not possible, although it is possible to create crises, which always come back as a boomerang to those who produce them.
- Ljubić’s respect for domestic and international judgments
In the subtitle “Electoral reform – decisions of the Constitutional Court of BiH and the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)” are not excluded but supplemented “, dr. Ljubić presents himself as a great legalist. I agree with him that court decisions should be respected. But all courts, both domestic and international.
Dr. Ljubić is complaining about the OHR.
We complain about Dr. Ljubić and those in whose name he announces himself. The replacement of theses that dr. Ljubić offers, in fact, theses that can be emphasized by the most numerous in Bosnia, and they are Bosniaks / Bosnians, a people who have experience of Serbian genocide and Croatian joint criminal enterprise.
Bosnia did not attack Croatia or Serbia, nor did it set up camps for Croats. Bosniaks should be afraid of their anti-Bosnian Serb-Croat joint criminal enterprise. Bosniaks are not afraid because they do not feel guilty about Croats or Serbs.
- In place of a conclusion
Instead of concluding, it is important to point out that dr. Ljubić deals with a false dilemma. He advocates a “middle ground” between “separatism” and “unitarism”. Separatism is apparently Serbian, and unitarism is apparently Bosniak. Dr. Ljubić then emphasizes that: “These (“the middle way”) are the views of legitimately elected Croatian political representatives gathered within the Croatian National Assembly of BiH, and not one party or one political leader as the” pro-Bosnian “social and political actors.”
I am glad that in his conclusion, Dr Ljubić supports Bosnia and Herzegovina on the path of NATO and the EU and has full respect for international judgments and decisions.
However, Dr. Ljubić should know that all domestic and international court judgments and decisions must be respected, and not only those that correspond to the HNS and Milorad Dodik.
That is why I call on Dr. Ljubić to ask HDZ to recognize and support all decisions of the Constitutional Court when it comes to the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
I also invite Dr. Ljubić to recognize and support the presence of foreign judges, as objective witnesses, who respect European norms and standards. That would be an essential indicator that Dr. Ljubić is in support of the Euro-Atlantic integration of Bosnian society and state.
I invite dr. Ljubić to fully recognize the verdicts of the Hague Tribunal, which would eliminate the causes of the division of Bosnian society and the state!
The idea of the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna was defeated militarily, morally and legally. The sooner the protagonists of Greater Croatia understand this, the better it will be for all of us in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
Finally, I must tell you that the letter of Dr. Ljubić, which he sent to you, is insincere and speculatively malicious.
Therefore, I cannot shake the impression that Ljubić, in collusion with Čović, wrote this letter to you as his confession before the next elections, because both of them have so far convinced Bosnian Croats that the restoration of the Croatian Republic of Herceg Bosna is certain. Of course, this is not the case.
It is the same or similar to Čović’s promise that the six will be released in The Hague. So, the message is to the Croats in Bosnia not to trust either Ljubić or Čović, but to trust their own eyes, ears and the signatures of Franjo Tuđman, who voluntarily abolished Herceg Bosna.
The letter is a “picture” of the policy of Franjo Tudjman, who shared Bosnia and Herzegovina with Milosević. Dragan Čović and Milorad Dodik are now doing that with the help of Zoran Milanović from Croatia and Aleksandar Vučić from Serbia.
We urge you not to fall for the pamphlet of Dr. Ljubić, who violates the centuries-old harmony of Bosnian coexistence and tolerance, as well as world and European values.
In the hope that this letter will find you in good health and mood, please accept my expressions of the utmost respect.
Mustafa Cerić, Ph. D.
Grand Mufti of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1993-2012)
President of the Senate of the Bosniak Academy of Sciences and Arts (BANU)
President of the World Bosniak Congress (SBK)
Winner of the 2003 UNESCO Peace Prize
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