Dodik: Putin is a great statesman, and the future of the EU lies in what Viktor Orbán promotes

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After returning to Bosnia and Herzegovina, the leader of the Bosnian Serbs, Milorad Dodik, praised Russian President Vladimir Putin, calling him a great statesman and announced the strengthening of relations with Moscow.

Last week Dodik was in Belarus where he met with its leader Alexander Lukashenko, then traveled to Tatarstan where he met with Putin at a time when he is under criticism from the West over the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny who died in prison under unclear circumstances.

After returning to Banja Luka, Dodik described the meetings in Minsk and Kazan as extremely important and useful and about what should be done "if someone threatens Republika Srpska".

He said he was happy to have met Putin and received an order named after Alexander Nevsky from him, and the Russian leader described him as one of the most important leaders of the modern world. praised Russia for its booming economy and assessed that its military industry was "achieving impressive results".

"Putin's positive attitude towards the Republika Srpska has been shown this time as well," said Dodik, adding that he was also satisfied with some things "that he cannot talk about now" and about which more will be known later.

He explained that he talked with Putin for more than an hour about the situation in RS and Russia, during which Moscow, as he said, appreciates the opposition to the introduction of sanctions as well as BiH's entry into NATO. "He encouraged us to keep doing it," Dodik said.

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