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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - May 17, 2018




BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik tomorrow in Bratunac will separately meet with Bratunac Mayor Nedeljko Mladjenovic and businessmen from this municipality.

KOSTAJNICA - Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik spoke today in Kostajnica with the president of the SNSD Municipal Board, Nikola Janjetovic, who thanked the Government for projects it approved to this local community.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic has said in Sofia at the summit of the Western Balkan countries that the countries of the region are facing numerous political, economic and security challenges and that unresolved political issues to a large degree make it difficult to undertake joint activities in the field of economic cooperation.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Parliament’s Inquiry Committee, which was formed to review all relevant facts in connection with the death of David Dragicevic, received documents it requested from various institutions and will tomorrow hold its first meeting, say a press release from the Republika Srpska Parliament.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Minister of Internal Affairs, Dragan Lukac, will attend today a medal presentation ceremony for the UN police in Cyprus /UNPOL Medal Parade/, where one member of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs will also get a medal.

SAMAC - Wreaths were laid and a memorial service was held at the central monument to fallen Republika Srpska Army soldiers in Samac to mark the 26th anniversary of the founding of the 2nd Posavina Brigade.

BANJALUKA - Academic Vasilije Krestic said today in Banjaluka that his scientific study “on the name of language in Croatia’s past” shows that Croatia imposes language to Serbs with the aim of creating a greater and ethnically pure Croatia which recognizes only the Croatian people.

BANJALUKA - From April 7 to April 13, 726 persons with acute respiratory infections and 234 persons with influenza-like symptoms reported to health centers in Republika Srpska, which is far less than a week before, says the Republika Srpska Public Health Institute.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Istocno Sarajevo Mayor Ljubisa Cosic has said that this local community is among the five most developed local communities in Srpska and that it will continue to develop and create better living conditions for all citizens.

SREBRENICA - His Eminence the Bishop of Zvornik and Tuzla, Fotije, has consecrated the newly-built parish home near the Church of Ascension of the Lord in Dugo Polje near Srebrenica and conducted a Slava ceremony in that church which today celebrates its Patron St.’s Day /Slava/.

NOVI GRAD - The former Prime Minister of the Republic of the Serbian Krajina, Borislav Mikelic, was buried today at the local cemetery in Dobrljin near Novi Grad.

TREBINJE - Gacko police have arrested 12 migrants from Syria, the spokeswoman for the Trebinje Police Administration, Jovana Cvijetic, told SRNA today.


SARAJEVO - The BiH House of Representatives has postponed a debate on measures that should be taken in connection with the migrant crisis and tasked the Council of Ministers with preparing a thorough and updated report on the state of security in BiH in the context of migrant crisis by the next session of the House, that is, by the end of May.

SARAJEVO - The head of the HDZ Caucus in the BiH House of Representatives, Nikola Lovrinovic, says that BiH is unprepared for the migrant crisis.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed today in Sofia that it is necessary to accelerate activities on improving the dialogue with Pristina, says a press release from the Serbian President’s press office.

BELGRADE - The first task of the commission which will investigate the human health and environmental impact of the 1999 NATO bombing of Serbia will be to update the map of locations hit by bombs and to review data from health institutions, said Darko Lukic, a candidate for commission president.


SOFIA/BELGRADE - The leaders of the EU and EU member states, in consultations with partners from the Western Balkans, adopted at the summit in Sofia a declaration with 17 items in which they reiterated their unequivocal support to the European prospects of the region and specified principles and tasks that the parties should accomplish during the European integration process. /end/sg