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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - January 23, 2017




BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he and President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik will set a date for visiting the Serb part of Herzegovina in April, when he is supposed to come to Mostar, and see how Serbia can help the area.

BANJALUKA - The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska has 11 members including two women in the UN peacekeeping missions around the world.

BIJELJINA – The recent batch of apples that Fruct Company from Bijeljina sold to Russia were bought from a partner in Gradacac. The product was supported by all the necessary export papers and origin certificates proving the fruit was produced in Bosnia and Herzegovina, said the Stevanovic Law Firm, which represents the enterprise.

BANJALUKA - The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia /ICTY/ has allowed three physicians from the University Clinical Centre of Republika Srpska to examine the former police officials detained in The Hague, Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin, on February 1.


BANJALUKA - Dusanka Majkic, a deputy of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats /SNSD/ in the BiH parliament, says the emergency call numbers - 121 in Republika Srpska and 112 in the Federation of BiH - are in place under the constitution and law, and that the Srpska Constitution and the valid Law on Rescue in Emergencies stipulates that the area is the exclusive competence of the Entities.

SARAJEVO - BiH Central Bank Governor Senad Softic expects economic expansion in 2018 and says its intensity will greatly depend on the rate of implementing the reforms from the economic agenda.


SARAJEVO - Prime Minister of the Federation of BiH Fadil Novalic and the Entity Minister of Energy, Mining and Industry Nermin Dzindic will hold a press conference about the current state of affairs at Steelworks Zenica in Sarajevo on Tuesday.

SARAJEVO - The SDP and Democratic Front caucuses scheduled a special session of the FBiH House of Representatives on Tuesday to discuss a joint proposal of the law on constituencies and number of mandates in the FBiH Parliament.

SARAJEVO - Deputies of the Party of Democratic Action /SDA/ will not show up for a special session of the FBiH House of Representatives on Tuesday where they are expected to vote on a proposal of the law on constituencies and number of mandates in the FBiH Parliament, which was submitted by the SDP and DF, Esad Basagic of the SDA told the web portal Klix.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said late on Monday that during his recent visit to Kosovo and Metohija the whole Serbia was able to see the hard circumstances under which the Serbs there live.

BELGRADE - The Serbian companies Energoprojekt and Napred Razvoj have promised to build three houses for vulnerable Serb families south of the Ibar River in Kosovo and thus support the initiative by the Serbian president to invest in the southern province in order to ensure the people’s survival there.

BELGRADE - Political analyst Srdjan Perisic submits that the murder of Oliver Ivanovic, the former leader of the Freedom, Democracy, Justice party, has been used to start a wave of anti-Russian hysteria smouldering among the Serbian elite in order to cover up the actual orchestrators and perpetrators of the assassination, which, he asserts, carries the signature of Western secret services.


SKOPJE - Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov sent a 14-page letter to the parliament explaining why he exercised his veto concerning the Law on the Usage of Language introducing higher representation of Albanian in the country.

ZAGREB - The construction company Strabag Austria lodged a complaint to the Croatian State Commission for Supervision of Public Procurement Procedures against a decision by the Hrvatske Ceste public roads company to have a consortium headed by the China Road and Bridge Corporation build the Peljesac Bridge and the relevant access roads. /end/ds