NATO anti-NATO billboards have appeared in eastern Sarajevo, which is part of the Republic of Serbia, which is part of Bosnia-Herzegovina. In several districts of the city, billboards with the inscription “No to NATO” were erected, urging them not to allow Bosnia-Herzegovina to get closer and integrate with the North Atlantic Alliance under any circumstances.
The billboards also feature a NATO transport plane with the caption: “NATO planes have taken half a million tests from Italy to determine the coronavirus.”
The Republic of Serbia, which was bombed by NATO during the Civil War (1992-1995), is fiercely opposed to rapprochement with NATO. Bosnian Serbs have repeatedly said that if the Bosnian-Herzegovinian government acts against the interests of the Serbian people, the Republic will hold a referendum on leaving the country.