Sulejman Tihic, leader of the Muslim Party of Democratic Action, says the U.S. should have taken a stronger stance and been more active in the year since U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Sarajevo.
Sulejman Tihic, leader of the Muslim Party of Democratic Action, says the U.S. should have taken a stronger stance and been more active in the year since U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Sarajevo. Roy Gutman / MCT
Sulejman Tihic, leader of the Muslim Party of Democratic Action, says the U.S. should have taken a stronger stance and been more active in the year since U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Sarajevo. Roy Gutman / MCT

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