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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - April 17, 2018




PRIJEDOR - In the 1990s defence and homeland war in Bosnia and Herzegovina more than 480 Serb children were killed, mainly falling victim to war crimes, historian Dragoslav Ilic of the Centre for Research of War, War Crimes and Search for the Missing of Republika Srpska told Srna.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Spatial Planning, Civil Engineering and Ecology Srebrenka Golic stated Tuesday that the waste management plans for Republika Srpska, Federation of BiH and the Brcko District will be developed by the Regional Environmental Centre Bosnia and Herzegovina office and that the Swedish organisation SIDA and other international institutions have secured BAM2 million for the project.

DOBOJ - Representatives of the Doboj Sveti apostol Luka Hospital and Czech Embassy in BiH signed a memorandum of cooperation on Tuesday regarding a project to modernise the heating system in the medical institution estimated at BAM1.5 million.

BANJALUKA - The so-called muddy rain will fall in the Balkans on Tuesday and then different air streams not from northern Africa will hit the area, the Hydrometeorological Institute of Republika Srpska told Srna.


SARAJEVO - The House of Peoples of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly adopted the bill on amendments to the Law on Service in the BiH Armed Forces without any discussion on Tuesday. They also adopted the law on an amendment to the Law on Salaries and Allowances in BiH Institutions without discussion. The House did not accept a request by the Croat Caucus to review the bill on amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code on an urgent basis. Upon the proposal of the Croat Caucus, the delegates postponed a vote on the House of Representatives’ request to discuss the bill on amendments to the Election Law, which envisages the scanning of ballots for the purpose of defining election results.

BANJALUKA - Drago Kalabic, deputy chair of the Srpska National Assembly Security Committee, asserted on Tuesday that BiH Presidency Chair Bakir Izetbegovic is trying with his latest extremist statements to maintain his shaken position, aware that he will soon be a loser in all fields.

SARAJEVO - BiH and Maldivian Foreign Ministers Igor Crnadak and Mohamed Asim stated Tuesday in Sarajevo that good political relations between the two countries should be fostered further.

SARAJEVO - The BiH Prosecutor’s Office has issued an indictment against Nehru Ganic for command responsibility for war crime against Serbs in Cemerno near Ilijas committed in 1992.


BIJELJINA - The FBiH Geodetic Property Affairs Administration and municipal courts say they will replace cadastral registers for five cadastral municipalities, namely for Sapna in Sapna, Prnjavor and Tojsici in Kalesija, Donje Ledenice in Gradacac, and Zivinice in Zivinice.


BELGRADE - Representatives of the global investment company KKR expressed an intention during a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to invest another EUR293 million in Serbia over the next five years.

BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and Minister-President of the German State of Baden-Wurttemberg Winfried Kretschmann expressed willingness for the improvement of cooperation between Serbian and German businessmen.

BLED - Serbia is interested in seeing the problem with Agrokor resolved successfully and the firms belonging to the Croatian concern doing business in Serbia settling their obligations to the government, employees and suppliers, said Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic.


ZAGREB - The Croatian Government’s decision rejecting the sponsorship of the Victory Day is anti-civilisational and shows that the Croatian authorities are nationalist and populist, says Croatian historian Dragan Markovina. /end/ds