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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - February 27, 2021

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - February 27, 2021


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DAVIDOVIĆ: STRONG SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WITH DOWN SYNDROME

BANJA LUKA, FEBRUARY 14 /SRNA/ - Football match between women's teams Down Syndrome Center Banja Luka and the Republika Srpska Government is an opportunity to make these children happy and to show how Srpska Government provides full support to the parents who fight for better growing conditions for their children, said the Minister of Family, Youth and Sports of Srpska, Sonja Davidović.... see more...

KRALJEVO RESIDENT WROTE LOS ANGELES TIMES ABOUT HIS FAMILY'S SUFFERING

BELGRADE, FEBRUARY 12 /SRNA/ - Kraljevo resident Goran Suša sent original document, the list from the official website of the Jasenovac camp from 2009 with 297 members of his family from Lika, who did not survive the NDH camp, to the Los Angeles Times, which in the review of the film "Dara of Jasenovac" denies that Serbs were victims of Ustasha crimes.... see more...

DODIK: I WILL BE VACCINATED WHEN LARGER QUANTITY OF VACCINES ARRIVES

BANJALUKA, FEBRUARY 12 /SRNA/ - Serb member and chairman of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik says he will be vaccinated with Covid-19 vaccine once a larger amount of vaccines arrives, as now he does not want to take any from those who need them the most.... see more...

VACCINATION OF HEALTHCARE WORKERS BEGINS IN SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, FEBRUARY 12 /SRNA/ - The vaccination of healthcare workers against the coronavirus has begun in Republika Srpska, and some 30 healthcare workers at the University Clinical Center in Banjaluka will take "Sputnik V" coronavirus vaccine today.... see more...

3,000 PEOPLE KILLED BY CORONAVIRUS AND 30,000 KILLED AS CONSEQUENCE OF NATO BOMBING

BELGRADE, FEBRUARY 12 /SRNA/ - The Dean of the Belgrade Faculty of Forestry, Ratko Ristić, said in an interview with Srna that the number of cancer cases increased due to the NATO bombardment of Serbia and Republika Srpska, and warned that last year around 3,000 people in Serbia died of the coronavirus and more than 30,000 died of cancer.... see more...