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English17/05/2018

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - May 17, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska defined at today's session the Bill on Survey and Cadastre of Republika Srpska in an urgent procedure.

BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska has agreed to pay BAM 553,333 for the first four months of this year under the name of the current grant to humanitarian organisations and associations.

BANJALUKA - Speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, Nedeljko Cubrilovic, who attended the celebration of the patron saint’s day of the city of Banjaluka, has expressed the belief that Banjaluka will continue to mark Spasovdan /Ascension of the Lord/ as a city's patron saint’s day.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik emphasized today that Banjaluka, as the administrative, economic, university and cultural centre of Srpska, has the characteristics of a modern European city making it an attractive place to live and work, especially for young and educated people.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic has congratulated Banjaluka Mayor Igor Radojicic, the speaker of the City Assembly, the councilors of the City Assembly and the residents on Spasovdan /Ascension of the Lord/, stressing that Banjaluka has been developing successfully in the recent period, creating new ideas and strong initiatives.

BANJALUKA – The Ministry of Interior of Republika Srpska denied today the allegations of Radio-Television BN that operations aimed at combating drug abuse became frequent after the pressure from the public and the gatherings of citizens and Justice for David members in the Krajina Square in Banjaluka.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Refugees and Displaced Persons of Republika Srpska, Davor Cordas, has announced that the Ministry will continue to provide support to displaced persons in Bijeljina, in line with the available funds, who decided to remain in this town.

BANJALUKA – Head of the Association of Women Victims of War, Bozica Zivkovic Rajilic, expects that a law on the protection of victims of war torture of Republika Srpska will soon be adopted in the National Assembly of Srpska in order to resolve the status of these categories.

TREBINJE - The most frequent stumbling block in property affairs in Republika Srpska is the legalization of facilities, the construction of business entities, while some regional units face problems with old records, i.e. land registries that are not updated, participants of the regional meeting between Republic Administration for Geodetic and Property Legal Affairs /RUGIP/ and heads of regional units in Herzegovina said today in Trebinje.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO - The House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH is not going to review the European Commission's 2018 Report for BiH at today’s session, as this item has been removed from the agenda because the Report was not reviewed by the Joint Commission for European Integrations.

SARAJEVO - Amendments to the Law on Service in the BiH Armed Forces of BiH, which provide for extending the duration of professional soldiers’ service, were presented to the deputies of the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH in the second reading, but there was no discussion on this item.

SARAJEVO - The House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH rejected today the Council of Ministers’ request for reviewing the Bill on Amendments to the Law on the Intelligence-Security Agency /OBA/ of BiH in an urgent procedure.

SARAJEVO – Chair of the SNSD Caucus in the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliament, Stasa Kosarac, today raised a question regarding the information that the activities by members of the Armed Forces and the Ministry of Defensce of BiH on organizing joint military exercise with the Maryland National Guard in May next year at the Manjaca training ground near Banjaluka continued in March and April.

SARAJEVO - A SNSD deputy in the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, Nikola Spiric, said today in Sarajevo that the information obtained in the field and the analysts cite that more than 30,000 illegal immigrants are already in BiH, but this info is being concealed.

SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic has stated that BiH supports the launch of concrete initiatives to improve infrastructure connectivity, as well as connectivity among people, and appreciates the continued EU engagement in strengthening political and economic ties, both between the EU and the Western Balkans region and within the region.

SARAJEVO - Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, stated today that BiH will cease the flow of migrants in every portion of the territory that is not official border crossing.

FEDERATION OF BiH

MOSTAR - The Church of Ascension of the Lord in Bijelo Polje near Mostar celebrated today patron saint’s day - Spasovdan /Ascension of the Lord/, and a parish home by the church has been restored and concecrated.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - The Serbian Parliament has begun a discussion on the establishment of a commission with the task of investigating the environmental and health consequences of NATO 1999 bombing of Serbia.

BELGRADE - European Parliament President Antonio Tajani has stressed that it is possible to reach an agreement on Serbia's accession to EU membership by 2025, which is the initial date contained in the EU Strategy for Accession of the Western Balkan Countries adopted in February of this year.

REGION

SOFIA - Priority in migration management should not be strict border control, and the borders must not be protected at the expense of people's safety, it was a message sent by 22 international and local organisations to the heads of EU and Western Balkan countries in a statement over the EU-Western Balkans Summit, being held in Sofia. /end/vos