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SRNA News Roundup /III/- February 11, 2018




BELGRADE - Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik told SRNA today that Serbia is undoubtedly one of the most important countries in the region for stability and security, and that the visit of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to Zagreb is a good opportunity for Serbia and Croatia to start a dialogue and try to solve many issues that have so far been a problem.

BANJALUKA – Advisor to Republika Srpska National Assembly Speaker, Mile Dmicic, said today in Vicenza, at the celebration of the Republika Srpska Day – January 9 that the republic day is a historical, legal and political fact, therefore no local, neither an international organisation nor an association can terminate it.

BELGRADE - SDS leader Vukota Govedarica stated today that the statement by BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic that "the Serbs must pass catharsis and recognize the genocide in Srebrenica" is not the position of either Mektic or the SDS.

BANJALUKA - The Aliance of War Invalids of Republika Srpska fully rejects the claims and opinions of all those who say that genocide took place in Srebrenica, including the statements given by the Minister of Security in the Council of Ministers of BiH, Dragan Mektic.

BANJALUKA - Representatives of the United Srpska Party have called on all young people who went abroad from Republika Srpska to study to return after the school is completed and to help the development of Republika Srpska and creation of a better and promising future.

BANJALUKA - The construction of the Banjaluka-Doboj motorway - January 9, as the most important infrastructure project in Republika Srpska, is going to cost approximately EUR 402 million, as provided through credit arrangements with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development /EBRD/ and the European Investment Bank /EIB/, the Republika Srpska Motorways Company announced.


BELGRADE – BiH Security Minister, Dragan Mektic, with his statement that the Serbs "must recognize the genocide in Srebrenica" has showed that he is a frivolous and irresponsible man who has no opinion, but has to get it from somebody else, Aleksandar Rakovic, a historian from Belgrade, told SRNA.


BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Zorana Mihajlovic said today that the Serbian and Croatian peoples have a lot of topics on the economy and the lives of ordinary citizens of both countries on which they can work together and that they should turn to the future. /end/vos