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English14/02/2018

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - February 14, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA – The Speaker of the Republika Srpska Parliament, Nedeljko Cubrilovic, has said that Srpska has fulfilled all of its obligations from the European agenda and that there are no open issues in this phase.

BANJALUKA – The Speaker of the Republika Srpska Parliament, Nedeljko Cubrilovic, pointed out to problems in the search for missing Serbs after the BiH Institute for Missing Persons, with which almost all Republika Srpska associations searching for missing persons are dissatisfied, started operations in 2008.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic has stressed that the Republika Srpska Government and institutions are stable and capable of meeting their obligations despite a number of challenges facing them.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic sent a greeting to Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, the highest Serbian state officials, and citizens on the occasion of February 15, Statehood Day, stressing that a strong, prosperous and democratic Serbia is important for Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Internal Affairs, Dragan Lukac, has said that the Ministry of Internal Affairs got approvals from all relevant institutions at the level of BiH to purchase 2,500 rifles for police officers and that they will cost $ 960,000.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Internal Affairs, Dragan Lukac, has said that Russian specialists or operatives will not take part in the training of special police units of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs or any other police units.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO – The Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, has said that the Council will demand relevant institutions to provide it with information about the purchase of armament for the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs and whether it is in keeping with standards for the purchase of armaments in BiH.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Council of Ministers today unanimously adopted answers to the European Commission’s Questionnaire, said Council Chairman Denis Zvizdic.

SARAJEVO – At a meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Kuwait, BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak confirmed the holding of a trilateral ministerial meeting between BiH, Croatia and Turkey in Mostar on February 28.

FEDERATION OF BiH

MOSTAR – Delegations who today came to the Partisan Memorial Cemetery in Mostar to lay wreaths on the occasion of February 14, Day of Liberation of Mostar, found broken gravestones with names of killed partisans inscribed on them, thrown on a pile.

SARAJEVO – FBiH Justice Minister Mato Jozic has said that 1,998 persons are held in seven correctional facilities in that Entity, of whom 365 are detainees and 1,633 are convicts.


SERBIA

BELGRADE – On the occasion of Serbia’s Statehood Day, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic today presented meritorious individuals and institutions with decorations.

BELGRADE – The Serbian Justice Ministry today forwarded to the EULEX Office in Belgrade documents the Serbian Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime submitted in response to two requests for legal cooperation from Pristina institutions in connection with the assassination of the leader of the Civil Initiative “Freedom, Democracy, Justice,” Oliver Ivanovic.

PRISTINA – Montenegro’s Prime Minister Dusko Markovic today arrived in Pristina and his arrival was marked by minor incidents because the Kossovo Police Service banned activists of the association called “Montenegrins of Kossovo” from flying Montenegrin flags in the main street.

REGION

PODGORICA – The presidency of the Democratic Front has called on leaders of opposition parliamentary parties to hold a meeting on Friday, February 16, to discuss a joint candidate for president of Montenegro. /end/sg