President of Bosnian Serb Republic dies
President of Bosnian Serb Republic Milan Jelic died of a heart attack on Sunday, news reaching here from Sarajevo reported.
“It is a sad day for the Republika Srpska,” said Bosnian Serb Prime Minister Milorad Dodik. Jelic, 51, died in a hospital in the town of Doboj, where he had been admitted earlier on Sunday, it was reported. The Dayton Agreement, reached after the 1992-1995 war, has divided Bosnia into a Serb Republic and a Muslim-Croatian Federation. Jelic, a businessman and an economist, was elected president of the Serb Republic in October 2006. (people.com.cn)
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