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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - March 14, 2018




GRADISKA - Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik stated in Gradiska on Tuesday evening that Srpska would continue to stimulate milk production as it believed that this branch of agricultural production was very important.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Labour, War Veterans and Disabled Person Protection of Republika Srpska, Milenko Savanovic, is going to attend the promotion of the Employment Support Project in Banjaluka today, organised by the Ministry of Labour and the World Bank Office in BiH.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Spatial Planning, Civil Engineering and Ecology of Republika Srpska, Srebrenka Golic, will today discuss the preparation of a new project proposal for the Green Climate Fund with the representatives of the UN Development Programme /UNDP/.

BANJALUKA - Nenad Kecmanovic, a professor at the Faculty of Political Sciences, has stressed that six months prior to the BiH elections, the speculations about the names of counter-candidates in individual and team competition has already started in Republika Srpska, while the Federation of BiH /FBiH/ is still thinking of the law under which the elections will be conducted.

BANJALUKA - Secretary General of the Consumer Protection Association "Reakcija/Reaction", Slavisa Kajkut, told SRNA that the customers’ complaints last year were largely related to price mismatches on shelves and at cash registers.

BIJELJINA - In honor of the youngest Serb soldier, Spomenik Gostic, who gave his life for Republika Srpska, Bijeljina will host a street race "Race of Remembrance" on March 25, announced the city committee of the Association of Children of Fallen Soldiers "Heritage/Nasljedje".

BILECA - Solar panels will soon be installed on the building of the Health Centre Bileca, and the project will be fully funded by the Russian humanitarian mission, director of this health institution, Slavko Boljanovic, confirmed to SRNA

PRIJEDOR - The water level of the Sana River declined by approximately 30 cm during the night and is 425 cm at the moment, the Prijedor Civil Protection Department has announced.

KOSTAJNICA - The water level of the Una River in Kostajnica is in a slight decline, while three landslides pose the biggest problem at the moment, Aleksandar Pasic, a spokesperson of municipality, told SRNA.

NOVI GRAD - The water levels of the Una and Sana rivers are in a slight decline, the local Iinformation Centre has confirmed to SRNA this morning.

DOBOJ - The National Library in Doboj is organizing a humanitarian literary evening titled "With Book for Nina" to help medical treatment of fifteen-year-old Nina Bliznjakovic, who was diagnosed with a severe form of acute myeloid leukemia.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Inspectorate executed more than 27,200 inspections in 2017, of which more than 5,000 were extraordinary based on various petitions by citizens or other natural and legal entities.


BANJALUKA - UN General Assembly President Miroslav Lajcak has stated that Bonn powers have always generated different opinions and often free interpretations thus they cannot define BiH’s future.

SARAJEVO - BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic has stated that politics in Republika Srpska trades with fear and that the feeling of insecurity has increased.

SARAJEVO - Nearly 75 percent of adult BiH citizens take part in the process of lifelong learning through informal learning, showed a survey on adult education in BiH conducted by the BiH Statistics Agency together with entity’s statistics institutes.

SARAJEVO - BiH institutions do not have any information on prevalence of the market of virtual currency bitcoin in BiH, reports Klix portal.


SARAJEVO – FBiH President Marinko Cavara has stated that the SDA makes a parallel system in this entity that governs the Federation, which is out of the law.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will meet today in Belgrade with US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Wess Mitchell.

BELGRADE - The United States considers Serbia one of the most important countries in the region and the backbone of stability in the Balkans, US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Wess Mitchell, said in Belgrade Tuesday evening.

BELGRADE - Citizens of Serbia have the most confidence in Russian President Vladimir Putin compared to six other world statesmen, show the results of the survey conducted by the Factor Plus Agency and the Belgrade daily Politika.


BUENOS AIRES/ZAGREB - Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic called the Ustasha fugitives who fled to Argentina via ratlines after the collapse of the fascist Independent State of Croatia - "Croats who found the freedem." /end/vos