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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - June 13, 2018




TREBINJE – The Republika Srpska Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining, Petar Djokic, said last night in Trebinje that there is room to reduce the price of fuel in Republika Srpska.

MRKONJIC GRAD – The 26th anniversary of the killing of 20 Mrkonjc Grad police officers in Sebezi will be marked today when a memorial service will be held and wreaths will be laid in the Mrkonjic Grad Police Administration building.


BANJALUKA – If a reform of European asylum system fails, one of possible options is to build provisional reception capacities in countries bordering the EU, including BiH, which are on the migrant routes, a source from European institutions told the Nezavisne Novine daily.

SARAJEVO – The Council of Ministers is expected to review on Monday, June 18, a report on migrations in connection with the increased influx of migrants into BiH.

SARAJEVO - Sixteen persons are serving their prison terms in prisons in BiH for terrorism, and one person is in prison for illegal formation of and joining foreign para-military or para-police units.


BELGRADE – The Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Serbia, Alexander Chepurin, has said at a solemn reception in Belgrade on the occasion of Russia Day that Russia will always support Serbia in the most complex issues.

BELGRADE, PARIS – Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin has said in Paris that Serbia can brag about its defense industry and can compete with much more developed countries not only in the production of ammunition but of complex battle systems, which is reserved for the strongest armies only.

BELGRADE – The Serbian Government proposed to representatives of the International Monetary Fund /IMF/ an increase of salaries in public sector of 8%-10%, reports Blic.

BELGRADE – Retired Serbian Army General Vladimir Lazarevic claims that on April 9, 1999, NATO attempted a land invasion of Kossovo and Metohija, but that it was stopped, stressing that the operation was designed by the Pentagon.


SKOPLJE – Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has said that an agreement between Athens and Skoplje on changing the name of the Former Yugoslav Republic into “the Republic of Northern Macedonia” will maintain the Macedonian ethnic and cultural identity, which means that the language will still be called “Macedonian” and people “Macedonians.” /end/sg