Bosnian Croats Ask the Russian Military for Anti-Virus Help, Bosnian Muslims Block It
The political leader of the Bosnian Croats, Dragan Čović — and the speaker of Bosnia’s upper house — asked Russia’s help in disinfecting a hospital in the Croat-populated part of the country. Russia quickly agreed and sent a team of 24 specialists and 5 special vehicles that had been performing similar work in neighboring Serbia. However, the Muslim-dominated central government refused the convoy entry. In other words, Bosnian Muslims have been stockpiling anti-virus aid for themselves from Turkey, but at the same time deny Croats the right to receive the same sort of aid from Russia.
Ten days ago the Russians were helping out with hospital disinfection in the Serb-populated part of Bosnia, but that visit was not blocked by the Muslim-run center.
Russian diplomacy is the only one in the world which has called attention to the way the original Croat-Muslim peace settlement in Bosnia has been illegally subverted with Western support and encouragement to no longer guarantee power-sharing for Croats.
That makes Russia the only power in the world which has offered moral and diplomatic support for the Bosnian Croats, and that includes NATO/EU Croatia itself which is long run by toadies.