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English12/06/2018

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - June 12, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic has said that on Thursday, June 14, the Government will review a report from the Ministry of Trade and Tourism on the price of oil and possible interventions in this regard.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic has said that the wording of a proposed bill on foreign donations will be good, and that Srpska has an opportunity to arrive at the best solution in a regular, legal procedure in Parliament.

BANJALUKA – A new cadastre, as a single registry which will contribute to the development of the economy, will be established by the end of the year for 72 cadastre municipalities in the area of the City of Banjaluka, said the director of the Republika Srpska Administration for Geodetic and Property-Legal Affairs, Bosiljka Predragovic.

BANJALUKA – China is willing to have multilateral cooperation with the Balkan countries, and a number of mechanisms have been designed by way of which that country would invest 11 million Euros in the region, the director of the Banjaluka-based Center for International Relations, Milos Solaja, said today in Banjaluka.

BANJALUKA – The number of people with cancer is on the rise in Republika Srpska, and it increased by 50% in the period 2005-2015. Experts say that researches should be conducted in order to determine if this is the consequence of the NATO bombing with depleted uranium ammunition in 1995.

BANJALUKA – In April, 8,079 tourists visited Banjaluka, which is 779 more than in the same period of last year, the Banjaluka Tourism Organization told SRNA.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

MOSTAR – The EU expects the BiH authorities to adopt the overall strategy of public administration and financial management in order to accelerate the process of European integration, the Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to BiH, Khaldoun Sinno, said today in Mostar.

BANJALUKA – BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak today in Banjaluka informed the secretary of the Regional Cooperation Council /RCC/, Goran Svilanovic, of priorities of BiH’s chairing of the SE Europe Cooperation Process /SEECP/ under the motto “a better connection for a better life.”

SARAJEVO – Muris Cicic, a professor at the Sarajevo Faculty of Economics, has told SRNA that a mild increase of oil prices in BiH is not the consequence of excise taxes, but of the increase of price of crude oil at international markets, noting that BiH still has the lowest price of oil in Europe.


SERBIA

BELGRADE – A body tasked with determining the impact of the NATO bombing of Serbia on the health of people and the environment will do its job professionally, and it will also monitor the health of Serbian soldiers who in 1999 stayed in Kossovo and Metohija, the head of the Neurosurgery Clinic of the Serbian Clinical Center, Danica Grujicic, said today.

BELGRADE – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that the state will see what it can do regarding the price of Diesel, primarily because of farmers and road carriers, but that no measures will be brought under the pressure from the streets.

BELGRADE – The chairman of the Serbian Parliament’s Kossovo Committee, Milovan Drecun, has said that protests over high oil prices jeopardize the economy, tourisms and citizens of poor health, and represent an attempt to destabilize the Serbian Government prior to making important decisions, including maybe the ones on Kossovo and Metohija. /end/sg