President of the Republic of Srpska attends the traditional bringing of an oak tree branch to the premises of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic at the invitation of the President of the Republic of Serbia
06/01/2019

The President of the Republic of Srpska Željka Cvijanović attended today in Belgrade the traditional bringing of an oak tree branch to the premises of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic at the invitation of the President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić.

The President of the Republic of Srpska stated that messages of unity and communion were sent from Belgrade today after the meeting of the Serb representatives from the region and the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić.

The President of Srpska pointed out that such meetings were not aimed against anyone, and that they serve to discuss many issues and to jointly define certain goals.

“It is important that we are gathered here to meet Christmas, the Day of the Republic of Srpska, it is important that we gathered at the beginning of the year. I am thankful for both constructive talks and a nice opportunity for us to participate in bringing of the oak tree branch and to send a message that we should work together, to understand each other well and to be supportive of each other”, said the President Cvijanović.

The President of the Republic pointed out that everyone are looking at Serbia, which should be strong and therefore a support for the Republic of Srpska.

“For us in the Republic of Srpska, it is definitely the most natural and logical political, human, economic and any other connection with Serbia. This was an opportunity to further confirm such a cooperation”, said the President of Srpska.

The traditional bringing of an oak tree branch was attended by the Chairman of BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik, Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabić, President of the Serbian National Council in Croatia Milorad Pupovac, the President of the Democratic Party of the Serbs in Macedonia Ivan Stoilković, presidents of the New Serbian Democracy Andrija Mandić and the Democratic People’s Party of Montenegro Milan Knežević, as well as a member of the “United Montenegro” in the Montenegrin Parliament Goran Danilović.