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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - January 12, 2018




BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic tomorrow will pay a visit to the Banski Dvor Cultural Center where she will meet with the management of this Center.

BANJALUKA - The president of the Republika Srpska Organization of Families of Captured and Killed Soldiers and Missing Civilians, Nedeljko Mitrovic, says that the ICTY failed when it comes to justice in the prosecution of war crimes.


BRCKO - Vandals damaged billboards in several locations in Brcko District announcing January 9, Republika Srpska Day.

SARAJEVO - The BiH Auditor’s Office conducted a review of effects on the subject “efficiency of preparations of projects of public administration reforms in BiH” which showed that the process of preparation of projects is not efficient, says a press release from the Auditor’s Office.

SARAJEVO - Delegations of Eufor and the Macedonian Ministry of Defense today laid wreaths at a monument at the Butmir base near Sarajevo to members of the Macedonian contingent of Eufor who were killed in 2008 in a helicopter crash.

SARAJEVO - The BiH Food Safety Authority analyzed the quality of honey in the BiH market and determined that out of 100 samples, more than a half, that is 53, were not of appropriate quality.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and the European Commissioner for Enlargement Negotiations and Neighborhood Policy, Johannes Hahn, have said that all the countries of the region should make use of this year’s Bulgarian and Austrian presidency of the EU to make progress.

ZVECAN - The president of the Banjaluka Committee for Aid to Serbs in Kossovo and Metohija, Milorad Arlov, today presented the president of the “Support Me” Association, Ivana Rakic, with a check in the amount of 36,000 Euros, at a solemn academy in Zvecan.


ZAGREB - Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar has said that Slovenia could sue Croatia if it does not agree to implement the border dispute arbitration decision.


CARACAS - The death toll in a shipwreck of a small motor boat carrying migrants near the Dutch island of Curacao has risen to five and the number of those who survived is 16, Venezuelan officials said on Friday.

LONDON - European Union efforts to force Warsaw to accept obligatory regulations on migrants will probably force Poland to reconsider its membership in the EU in the future, said British MP from the UK Independence Party /UKIP/, Raymond Finch. /end/sg