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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - March 14, 2018




BANJALUKA - The Green Climate Fund has approved a USD2.4 million grant for the drafting of sector strategies on adaptation to climate change over the next three years, representatives of the UN Development Programme stressed in a meeting with Srpska’s Minister of Spatial Planning, Civil Engineering and Ecology Srebrenka Golic in Banjaluka on Wednesday.

BELGRADE - Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining Petar Djokic called on Russian businessmen Tuesday in Belgrade to invest in Republika Srpska.

BELGRADE - The opportunity for Orao, the joint stock company for production and overhaul, to become a service of Russian helicopters in the future should be used and that would require the adoption of certain standards, Pero Coric, head of the department of branch associations with the Srpska Chamber of Commerce, told Srna.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Economic Relations and Regional Cooperation Zlatan Klokic told representatives of the Association of Young Economists /UMEK/ he is pleased that the association promotes young entrepreneurs and offered the Ministry’s institutional support to UMEK’s future activities.

BANJALUKA - Srpska Minister of Internal Affairs Dragan Lukac and British Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Edward Ferguson qualified the cooperation between the Ministry and the British Embassy as very good.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - It is the goal of the Serbian Democratic Party to win 325,000 votes in the general elections in October which is enough to win the position of president of Republika Srpska, SDS leader Vukota Govedarica said on Wednesday.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - The presidency of the Party of Democratic Progress adopted its election campaign concept, working plan of its main campaign staff and confirmed the candidacies of Mladen Ivanic for member of the BiH Presidency and Vukota Govedarica /SDS/ for president of Republika Srpska in Istocno Sarajevo on Wednesday.


SARAJEVO - Stasa Kosarac, the head of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats /SNSD/ caucus in the BiH House of Representatives, said that the interview with Reuters in which BiH Minister of Security Dragan Mektic pronounced a series of untrue, one-sided and blanket statements about security is an act directed against Republika Srpska and all its citizens.

BELGRADE - Socialist Party leader Petar Djokic stated Wednesday in Belgrade that BiH Minister of Security Dragan Mektic had dug deep into politics and exceeded the framework of his job description and asserted that the best answer to all Mektic’s theories will be given in the October 7 elections.

BIJELJINA - Petar Cvijetinovic, head of the Veterans Association Garde Panteri Bijeljina, says that all statements about the training of Srpska’s citizens in Russia are ludicrous and absolutely untrue and told BiH Minister of Security Dragan Mektic to leave Republika Srpska alone and start doing the job he is paid to do.

SARAJEVO - Total production of forest assortments in Bosnia and Herzegovina last year was 4.83 per cent lower than in 2016.


BELGRADE - The Representative Office of Republika Srpska in Serbia will host a reception in Belgrade on Thursday to mark the Day of Republika Srpska and the 26th anniversary of the promulgation of the first Srpska Constitution, an event where officials from Serbia and Srpska are expected to appear.

BELGRADE - US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell stated in a meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic that Serbia is the key country for regional stability and expressed the United States’ support to the EU accession process and willingness to assist in reaching an agreement in the scope of the Brussels-mediated dialogue with Pristina.

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Innovation and Technological Development Nenad Popovic and Srpska Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining Petar Djokic visited the Srpska Chamber of Commerce stand at Expo Russia-Serbia 2018 in Belgrade and said that the enormous Russian market offers great opportunities for the placement of products from Serbia and Srpska, which should be taken advantage of.

BELGRADE - Wednesday saw a ground-breaking ceremony in Zrenjanin for a plant of Essex Europe, the manufacturer of copper and aluminium wire, which will cost more than EUR30 million to build and employ more than 160 people.


HRVATSKA KOSTAJNICA - The Una River levels in Croatian Kostajnica are slightly receding but a local landslide is still active and the police are securing the site, the Sisak-Moslavina Police Administration reported on Wednesday. /end/ds