Secretary general of NATO Jens Stoltenberg has expressed concerns with secessionist rhetoric in Bosnia, noting that every country has the right to choose its security arrangements without foreign interference.

Stoltenberg speaking after meeting the chairwoman of Bosnia’s Council of Ministers Borjana Kristo, in a visit today stated that the volatile nature of world politics is a major setback in achieving global peace while appealing to world leaders to employ more diplomacy in international relations.


According to the NATO chief, security of nations under the alliance is paramount, arguing that a joint front on resisting disunity should be the rally point while commending Bosnia for its roles in regional stability.


Stoltenberg who is on an official trip to some European countries will visit the NATO headquarters in Sarajevo, visit Belgrade tomorrow, where meetings are scheduled with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, with a view of tackling the escalating tension in some European communities, trade relations and security situations.

November 20, 2023

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