EU neither confirms, denies or comments on Jansa's alleged non-paper

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Despite several days of insistence from journalists in the region and the EU in the press service of the President of the European Council on the alleged non-paper of the Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa in which the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina is planned and the creation of a greater Serbia and a greater Albania, there is no reaction from Charles Michel.

The document was published by the Slovenian media today after several days of speculation about its existence, but since it is a non-paper, it does not contain any signature or name, and it is unclear when it was handed over to the President of the European Council, Charles Michel.

Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa has denied that such a document exists, but no such denial has been received from the European Council, although no confirmation has been received, leaving room for further speculation on this controversial document.

PHOTO: "Non-paper" published with Jansa's proposal for territorial division of the countries of the former Yugoslavia

It mentions the alleged partition of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as the annexation of Kosovo to Albania to finalize the break-up of Yugoslavia.

Slovenian media claim that the document may have been handed over to Michelle during the last meeting of the Visegrad Group by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is also rumored to be involved in the alleged plan.

Jansa's document on ending the disintegration of SFRY, submitted through secret channels, calls for Gruevski's return

The latest reaction from Charles Michel's office to reporters this afternoon reads briefly: "Thank you for your patience, but unfortunately we have no comment on this."

Only the European Commission has reiterated several times that it is of the opinion that no change of borders is acceptable to the Western Balkans.

Slovenian MEPs Tanja Fajon and Irena Joveva said that Jansa's position was unacceptable.

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