Sarajevo auxiliary bishop calls Bosnia an 'artificial state'

'Peace imposed had nothing to do with the people's interests'

03 April, 20:17

    (ANSAmed) - GORIZIA, APRIL 3 - Bosnia Herzegovina is currently an ''artificial state from the political point of view and, as a result, from other ones as well'', said Sarajevo's auxiliary bishop Pero Sudar on Thursday. Sudar was speaking in Gorizia at a national conference of Catholic weeklies. ''Bosnia went through a terrible war, caused by communist-inspired imperialism and historic feelings of resentment rekindled among the population,'' he said. ''The peace that was imposed to satisfy certain interests has nothing to do with the people's interests. For many in Bosnia it is a dying society, and a country to flee from if possible.'' (ANSAmed).

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