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MOSCOW, February 12. /TASS/. Russia sees no reason for a conflict between administrative entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia’s ambassador to the country, Petr Ivantsov, said in an interview with TASS.
"We don’t see objective reasons that could lead to a conflict between the entities," he said.
State structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina have been trading critical remarks in recent months over the celebration of the Day of Republika Srpska.
The diplomat said that "internal political difficulties in Bosnia and Herzegovina are not related to relations between the two entities - Republika Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina - in any way."
In line with the BiH constitution, which is a part of the Dayton agreement, Bosnia and Herzegovina, while remaining a single state with the capital in Sarajevo, was divided into two entities - the Muslim-Croatian Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina (51% of the territory) and the Serb-populated Republika Srpska (49% of the territory), as well as the Brcko district.