The professors and cadets of the Military Academy of the Swedish Armed Forces visited the Parliament of Srpska
The National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska has been visited today by the professors and cadets of the Military Academy of the Swedish Armed Forces.
It is a traditional visit to the participants of the military academy of the Swedish Parliament of Republic of Srpska, and this year the National Assembly visited 25 cadets.
On this occasion, the Secretary General of the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska Marko K. Aćić presented to the professors and cadets the organization and work of the highest legislative institution of Republic of Srpska and gave them a lecture on the implementation of the Dayton Peace Accord, the political and security situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and challenges on the country's path toward European Union.
Aćić stressed that Bosnia and Herzegovina faces many problems and challenges, that it is burdened with the war, but that the country can go forward only if an internal agreement and a compromises on all important issues are reached.
He also spoke to the cadets about the existence and work of the Office of the High Representative in BiH and the authority of the High Representative, as well as the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in the Sejdić-Finci case, stressing that these are major challenges that the country is facing on the path to the European Union.
Cadets were interested in the issues related with building a common life of all peoples in BiH and what is the constitutional order of the country, and how does the educational system looks like.
In the end, Acić gave to military academy teachers the Constitution of the Republic of Srpska in English.