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English22/05/2018

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - May 22, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik feels that the sufferings of Serbs in Jasenovac must be characterized as genocide at international level.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik has said that the society must pay more attention to marking the deaths of 12 Banjaluka babies as this is a universal example of inhumanity and must point to the crime of world potentates committed 26 years ago.

BANJALUKA – A meeting of the Republika Srpska Parliament’s Board of Inquiry started today in Banjaluka. The head of the Crime Police Administration of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs, Sinisa Kostresevic, and Republika Srpska Police director Darko Culum will give statements in connection with the tragic death of young man David Dragicevic.

TESLIC – Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic has said in Teslic that the arrangement with the IMF is being maintained, that funds are not withdrawn, and that when it comes to the Letter of Intent, there are no any problems.

TESLIC – Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic said today in Teslic that the Government in the past period implemented many measures thanks to which Srpska today has a functional, stable and solvent budget.

TESLIC – Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic announced an additional pension increase of 2.5% which will go into effect as of July pension.

KOTOR VAROS – Republika Srpska Vice-President Josip Jerkovic said today after a visit to Kotor Varos that a number of projects were implemented in this local community that are of great importance for sustainable return of Croats.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Spatial Planning, Construction and Ecology, Srebrenka Golic, and the head of a World Bank team for the energy efficiency project, Catherin Hoffer, agreed that collective housing buildings are the next sector in which energy efficiency needs to be significantly improved.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska Deputy Prime Minister Srebrenka Golic said today in Banjaluka that 12 babies died in 1992 because of a shameful decision of the UN Security Council not to allow the transport of oxygen to Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA - Zeljka Tubic, the mother of one of the 12 Banjaluka babies who died in 1992, has said that these heroes were small and helpless, and yet big enough to incorporate their innocent lives in the foundations of Republika Srpska in which today everyone lives in freedom.

TESLIC – The director of the Republika Srpska Pension and Disability Insurance Fund, Mladen Milic, has said that a new pension increase of 2.5% requires additional KM 2,200,000 a month, that is, KM 13.500,000 by the end of the year.

BANJALUKA – An average net wage in Republika Srpska in April was KM 840, which is 1.1% more than in March in real terms, reports the Republika Srpska Bureau of Statistics.

BANJALUKA – The calendar adjusted industrial production in Republika Srpska increased by 4.2% in the first four months of the year compared to the same period last year, reports the Republika Srpska Bureau of Statistics.

BANJALUKA – The documentary by Denis Bojic titled “The Face of Lafora”, produced by the Republika Srpska Radio-TV, will be presented to the public of the 27th film festival “Golden Knight” in Sevastopol in Russia where 137 films from 28 countries will take part.

BANJALUKA – Police officers of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs’ Administration for Organized and Serious Crimes, in cooperation with police officers of Istocno Sarajevo, Trebinje and Zvornik, arrested 19 persons as part of police operations dubbed “Focus” and “Trebevic.”

BANJALUKA – Milenko Samardzic, Velibor Vukovic and Zeljko Djuricic have been arrested in police operations dubbed Trebevic and Focus in the area covered by the Zvornik Police Administration, SRNA has learned.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik has said that almost nothing is known when it comes to the construction of the Belgrade-Sarajevo highway as it is not known by which funds the construction will be financed.

SARAJEVO – BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic has said that he will very soon talk with representatives of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency /Frontex/ about aid to BiH in resolving the migrant crisis, even though the Presidency has not yet adopted an operational agreement with that European security institution.

SARAJEVO – At a meeting with the BiH Minister of Trade and Economic Relations, Mirko Sarovic, the Greek Minister of the Economy and Development, Ianis Dragasakis, has expressed readiness to stimulate renowned Greek company Alumil of Salonika to additionally invest in the Vlasenica Alumil Company.

SARAJEVO – A meeting between representatives of the Venice Commission and FBiH political parties will be held today in the seat of the EU Delegation in Sarajevo. The meeting will deal with necessary amendments to the BiH Election Law, particularly due to the upcoming elections for the FBiH House of Peoples.

THE HAGUE – The chief prosecutor of the Hague mechanism, Serge Brammertz, will be visiting Sarajevo from today until Thursday, May 25, as part of preparations for a regular report to the UN Security Council.


FEDERATION OF BiH

BANJALUKA – SNSD president Milorad Dodik has said that by a motion it filed with the BiH Constitutional Court, this party demands that a sort of genocide against Serbs be halted, that is, that seizing and illegal registering of Serbian property in the FBiH be halted.

SARAJEVO – Mile Marceta, a Serbian member of the FBiH House of Peoples, has said that the FBiH authorities are doing everything so that the FBiH is left without Serbs one day, that a few Serbian representatives in the government are trying to protect the rights of the remaining Serbs and those who do not live there but are trying to realize their rights, including the right to property.

SARAJEVO – The FBiH House of Peoples, which cut short an extraordinary session on April 18 due to a protest of war veterans, today did not support a decision on determining provisional directives for the implementation of energy efficiency in the FBiH.


SERBIA


BELGRADE – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said today in Azerbaijan that Belgrade’s foreign policy will not change and that Serbia will not introduce sanctions against Russia.

BELGRADE – The chairman of the Serbian Parliament’s commission tasked with investigating the consequences of the use of depleted uranium during the 1999 NATO bombing, Darko Laketic, proposed to the Serbian Parliament a decision on appointing members to the commission.

BELGRADE – The director of the Serbian Government’s Kossovo Office, Marko Djuric, has said at a meeting with German MP Manuel Sarazin that Belgrade is committed to resolving all disagreements with Pristina through dialogue and by political means.

REGION

BELGRADE – The president of the Alliance of Serbs from the Region, Miodrag Linta, most vehemently condemned the setting on fire of the house and a stable of Serbian returnees Dusan and Mara Novakovic in the village of Zaluznica near Otocac, Croatia, adding that this is another proof that there are strong forces in that country intoxicated with hatred against Serbs. /end/sg