Grlić Radman was in Brussels attending a meeting of EU ministers.
Speaking to the press, he said he had spoken of the situation in BiH and informed his counterparts about efforts to amend the electoral law in which US and EU representatives are involved.
“I informed them about the worrying situation in BiH. I said that it’s necessary for the EU to send a strong, clear and unambiguous message to those who are halting electoral law changes and whom the status quo suits.”
He reiterated that it’s necessary to change the electoral law in order to eliminate all forms of discrimination in the election process and to enable the legitimate representation of the three constituent peoples in state bodies.
Grlić Radman said several of his counterparts had supported his stand and that more political efforts should be invested in BiH so that it did not become an area of interest of third countries.