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English13/02/2018

SRNA News Roundup /I/ - February 13, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Parliament today reconvened to review in urgent procedure a proposed decision to take a loan from the World Bank’s International Bank for Reconstruction and Development for the project of restructuring the Republika Srpska Railways Company.

BANJALUKA – The Speaker of the Republika Srpska Parliament, Nedeljko Cubrilovic, will attend today in Banjaluka a solemn reception on the occasion of the feast of Candlemas, the Republic of Serbia Statehood Day.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Labor and Veterans’ Affairs, Milenko Savanovic, has assessed as inappropriate and surprising the statement on the events in Srebrenica by BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic, stressing that this statement is groundless.

BANJALUKA – The Assistant Republika Srpska Minister of Transport and Communications, Natasa Kostic, has said that Republika Srpska’s own funds for the construction of the Banjaluka-Doboj highway in the amount of KM 165 million have not yet been spent.

SARAJEVO – SNSD leader Milorad Dodik has said that a decision on his possible nomination for a member of the BiH Presidency will be made by SNSD bodies and that this party will also have its own candidate for Republika Srpska president.

VISEGRAD – A memorial service was held and wreaths were laid at the monument to fallen Republika Srpska Army soldiers in Visegrad to mark the 214th anniversary of the 1st Serbian Uprising and Republika Srpska Veterans’ Days.

PALE – The vice-president of the Republika Srpska Organization of Families of Captured and Killed Soldiers and Missing Civilians, Niko Kisic, has said that the BiH Court and Prosecutor’s Office are obstructing the prosecution of war crimes committed against Serbian civilians and soldiers.

DOBOJ – The Association of Defenders of the City of Doboj “May 2, 1992” called today on BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic to withdraw his statement that “the Serbs must pass catharsis and recognize genocide in Srebrenica,” and called on members of the Alliance for Change to act in the interest of the Serbian people and not against it.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska cattle breeders have warned that only the FBiH will benefit from the export of beef to Turkey because only the Mujanovic Meat Company from Sarajevo in the FBiH is doing this job, reports the Glas Srpske daily.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO – The Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, has expressed concern and disgust over “hate messages and ethnic and religious intolerance expressed by certain Capljina residents during the Great Carnival event” and asked that those responsible be punished.

SARAJEVO – BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak will take part at a ministerial meeting of the global coalition to defeat the Islamic State that will be held today in Kuwait.

BANJALUKA – Milutin Misic, a former member of the Collegium of Directors of the BiH Missing Persons Institute, claims that KM 600,000, which the Institute will distribute to companies in the FBiH to keep mortal remains this year, will again go to the pockets of businessmen and companies such as the Tuzla Commemoration Centre.


FEDERATION OF BiH

MOSTAR – Doctors of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton today halted a general strike after they received a court ban on strike, said the president of the Union of Medical and Dental Doctors of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, Kristina Bevanda.


SERBIA


BELGRADE – Academic Matija Beckovic has told SRNA that the whole Kossovo and Metohija is the altar of the Serbian Orthodox Church and that in the greatest armed robbery that was seen in modern history, some wanted to make the Serbs an exception to other nations.

BELGRADE, PODGORICA – A Russian edition of “The Chronicle of Kossovo’s Crucifixion” by the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral, Amfilohije, was presented last night in Belgrade.


REGION

ZAGREB – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who is on a visit to Croatia, today will visit two families and an elementary school in Vrginmost, after which he will return to Zagreb where he will attend an assembly of the Serbian National Council /SNV/.

BELGRADE – The secretary-general of the Association of Serbs from Croatia, Milojko Budimir, has said that Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic is wrong if he thinks that Croatia would benefit from raising the issue of war reparations, since it is realistic to expect that that country should pay dozens of millions of Euros in war reparations to Serbs and Serbia.


WORLD

JERUSALEM – The Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister, Michael Oren, claims that Russia is the only true collocutor to Israel in Syria since the US is “out of the game” in that area. /end/sg