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English13/01/2018

SRNA News Roundup /I/- January 13, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska has its own institutions defined by the Constitution and laws that serve the stability of all its citizens, while the constructions that appeared on certain portals that "Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik is forming paramilitary units with the support of Moscow" are extremely dangerous and serve no purpose of informing citizens, the Srpska president's Cabinet has announced.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO – Chair of the SNSD Caucus in the BiH Parliamentary Assembly, Stasa Kosarac, has said that the more pressure on Srpska and its officials has been put by federal and partly medias in Republika Srpska after the opposition leaders in Srpska and their mentors obtained the results of a public opinion poll conducted by a foreign agency, showing that the SNSD will receive more than 50% support in the October elections.

BANJALUKA - Young chefs Njegos Milovac and Zeljko Vidovic, the students of the fourth grade of Banjaluka-based Catering, Trade and Tourism Secondary School, won three first places in Moscow at the Eighth International Gastronomic Youth Festival "Renewing Traditions. Christmas".

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

WASHINGTON - Republika Srpska has the power to prevent BiH's entry into NATO, according to the report of the US Congress on the influence of Russia around the world, in the part relating to BiH.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - His Holiness Patriarch Irinej of Serbia, has stated that there is no division in the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/ concerning the dialogue on Kosovo and Metohija, that the Church's general position on the Serbian holy land is well known, and that he firmly believes that there will be no misunderstandings in this regard.

REGION

BELGRADE - Novi Sad's lawyer Zoran Ristic has assessed that Croatia's proposal for a law on investment incentives, which the Parliament should give the opinion about in February, is trying to prevent the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg on the lawsuits of Serbian companies whose assets were seized. /end/vos