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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - February 13, 2018




BANJALUKA - The National Assembly of Republika Srpska adopted a decision as a matter of urgency on Tuesday accepting a loan from the European Investment Bank for additional financing of the construction of the Banjaluka-Doboj motorway in the amount of EUR47 million to secure the money required for finishing the road. The MPs also passed the law terminating the Law on Fees for the Usage of Natural Resources for Electricity Generation as a matter of urgency since the Law on Amendments to the Law on Concessions has been upheld.

BANJALUKA - MP Dragan Cavic of the People’s Democratic Movement /NDP/ said Tuesday a project to procure electronic equipment for traffic safety control in Republika Srpska on the basis of public-private partnership must never come to fruition. “We will do all we can to prevent it,” Cavic told the press after a parliamentary session.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Labour and Protection of Veterans and Disabled Persons of Republika Srpska, Milenko Savanovic, and Patrick Schneider, adviser with the Rule of Law Section of the Office of the EU Special Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, agree that the law on victims of torture must be free of any potential discriminatory provisions.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Education and Culture Dane Malesevic and French Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Guillaume Rousson signed an agreement on the taking of the DELF exam in primary and secondary schools in Republika Srpska on Tuesday.


SARAJEVO - BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Mirko Sarovic told Srna on Tuesday that Republika Srpska benefits the most from meat exports to Turkey as 65 per cent of the total purchased live cattle exported to the country in 2016 and 2017 came from Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska should have its own exporter of meat to Turkey and there are many companies meeting the requirements for the job, Stojan Marinkovic, head of the Union of Farmers Associations of Republika Srpska, told Srna on Tuesday.

BANJALUKA - Serb victims of war in BiH must be respected and acknowledged, Marko Grabovac, a member of the Advisory Board of the BiH Missing Persons Institute, stated on Tuesday.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated Tuesday in Vrginmost, Croatia that the Croats apparently cannot understand that their and the Serbs’ views of what had happened in 1995 are completely opposite and that, while the Croats praise Operation Storm and celebrate it, the Serbs mark it as the day of sorrow.

BELGRADE - The meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Cardinal Josip Bozanic, Archbishop of Zagreb, is one of the highlights of Vucic’s two-day visit to Croatia, according to Nikola Selakovic, the Serbian president’s secretary general.

BELGRADE - The Serbian Government Office for Kosovo and Metohija condemns the latest attack on an outpatient clinic in Suvi Do, Kosovo pointing out it is an obvious attempt to intimidate the Serb population in that part of Kosovska Mitrovica.


PODGORICA - The Municipality of Herceg Novi has secured more than EUR190,000 for the repair of the house of Nobel Laureate Ivo Andric in town in the scope of an EU-funded project.

SOFIA - Bulgaria will not interfere in the Skopje-Athens dispute regarding the Macedonia naming issue, said Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zakharieva. /end/ds