(ANSA) - SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 5 - There was no flag of Republika Srpska (Rs, the Serbian majority entity of Bonsia-Herzegovina) in the hall, therefore Milorad Dodik, Serbian member of the Bosnian tripartite presidency and current chairman of the institution, abandoned today an official meeting in Sarajevo, local media reported. Dodik, along with his colleagues in the presidency, Croatian Zeljko Komsic and Muslim Sefik Dzaferovic, was taking part in a meeting with a delegation of the Executive Committee at the level of political directors of the Peace Implementation Council (PIC). The Bosnian Serb leader, who is known for his autonomous and nationalist stances, after his election as a member of the Tripartite Presidency last October, reiterated the request to see the Serbian entity flag displayed in public meeting places in Sarajevo. The political directors of the PIC Executive Committee, an institution which includes representatives of 55 countries and international agencies involved in the implementation of the Dayton peace agreement that put an end to the war in Bosnia (1992-95), are takin parte today in a two-day meeting to evaluate the situation in Bosnia and the challenges facing the country. (ANSA).

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