All the chats in Srspka

  1. Chats in Banja Luka
  2. Chats in Bijeljina
  3. Chats in Prijedor
  4. Chats in Trebinje
  5. Chats in Doboj
  6. Chats in Mrkonjić Grad
  7. Chats in Foča
  8. Chats in Gradiška
  9. Chats in Bileća
  10. Chats in Šipovo
  11. Chats in Kozarska Dubica
  12. Chats in Derventa
  13. Chats in Brod
  14. Chats in Sokolac
  15. Chats in Zvornik
  16. Chats in Pale
  17. Chats in Srbac
  18. Chats in Nevesinje
  19. Chats in Čelinac
  20. Chats in Omarska
  21. Chats in Laktaši
  22. Chats in Teslić
  23. Chats in Šekovići
  24. Chats in Višegrad
  25. Chats in Kalenderovci Donji
  26. Chats in Janja
  27. Chats in Kotor Varoš
  28. Chats in Rogatica
  29. Chats in Maslovare
  30. Chats in Kostajnica
  31. Chats in Bratunac
  32. Chats in Vlasenica
  33. Chats in Svodna
  34. Chats in Priboj
  35. Chats in Ljubinje
  36. Chats in Han Pijesak
  37. Chats in Čajniče
  38. Chats in Piskavica
  39. Chats in Lopare
  40. Chats in Stanari
  41. Chats in Dobrljin
  42. Chats in Ugljevik
  43. Chats in Gacko
  44. Chats in Koran
  45. Chats in Srebrenica

The Republika Srpska is one of the two political entities that form Bosnia and Herzegovina, together with the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was formally recognized after the Dayton Accords that ended the Bosnian War in 1995, although it existed since January 1992. Article 9 of the Constitution of the Republika Srpska states that "the capital of the Republika Srpska is Sarajevo.», But most of the city is not part of its territory and the de facto capital is Banja Luka. In the entity they live three ethnic groups: Serbs, Bosnians and Croats. The Republika Srpska is defined in its constitution as a unified, indivisible and inalienable territorial entity that will independently exercise its constitutional, legislative, executive and judicial functions.

Its legislative body is the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska. Initially called the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it was declared by the Assembly of the Serbian people of Bosnia and Herzegovina on January 9,1992, which was declared a holiday in its commemoration, called "Republic Day". This coincides, according to the Julian calendar, with the feast of Saint Stephen, which is considered by the Orthodox Serbs the patron saint of the Republika Srpska.