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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - June 13, 2018




BANJALUKA - A proposed bill on amnesty stipulates amnesty for persons who are serving their prison terms on the day the law enters into force and persons who have not begun serving their prison terms yet.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Government has allocated KM 1.2 million for the reconstruction and enlargement of the Elementary School Branko Radicevic in the Banjaluka community of Starcevica, the Ministry of Education and Culture told SRNA.

MRKONJIC GRAD - The 26th anniversary of the killing of 20 Mrkonjic Grad police officers in Sebezi near Liskovica was marked today in the Mrkonjic Grad Police Administration building where a memorial service was held and wreaths were laid. The police officers were killed by Croatian paramilitary forces and Muslim Green Berets.

BANJALUKA - The director of the Republika Srpska Geological Institute, Dragan Mitrovic, has said that a new detailed geological research of deposits of mineral raw materials in the territory of Republika Srpska would contribute to a greater economic development of local communities and creation of new jobs.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Minister of the Family, Youth and Sports, Jasmina Davidovic, has said that members of the Nanbundo Center Banjaluka deserve commendations after winning a gold medal, two bronze and two silver medals at the European Championship in Paris.


SARAJEVO - The BiH Minster of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Mirko Sarovic, has said that the Republika Srpska and FBiH Governments could, at the proposal of relevant ministries, limit the price of petroleum and petroleum derivatives.

SARAJEVO - Establishing a committee to facilitate BiH’s trade should simplify, standardize and make more efficient procedures for trade, which would make it simpler, would remove trade barriers and contribute to competitiveness, said the BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Mirko Sarovic.

SARAJEVO - The BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Mirko Sarovic, has said that certain activities have been undertaken to help BiH citizens who imported used cars from EU countries and cannot get a certificate of their origin.

SARAJEVO - The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH asked today before the BiH Court that Kahro Vejzovic be found guilty of war crimes committed against Serbian prisoners in 1992 in the area of Stupari near Kladanj.


MOSTAR - The price of fuel in the FBiH should be reduced by Friday, June 15, by KM 0.05-KM 0.10.

BANJALUKA – Traffic on a section of the Konjic-Borci regional road in the FBiH has been normalized after it was interrupted due to a landslide, says the Republika Srpska Automobile Alliance.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic expressed the hope that Europe will leave doors open for Serbia, and asked Germany to demonstrate that it wants to listen that which Belgrade wants to say prior to making any decision on Serbia.

BELGRADE - The Speaker of the Serbian Parliament, Maja Gojkovic, has said that blockades of streets due to high fuel prices are another whim of the opposition and that people, like hostages, are forced to take part in this political whim which demonstrates political powerlessness.

BELGRADE - While resolving the complex issue of Kossovo and Metohija in the negotiations with Pristina, Belgrade is dedicated to reaching a compromise, just and lasting solution that will contribute to the stability and security of the whole region and Europe, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has said.


THE HAGUE - Gen. Ratko Mladic’s defense lawyers asked the Appeals Council of the Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals to disqualify judge Liu Daqun since his impartiality could be violated by his engagement in another trial, announced the Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals.

THE HAGUE - The Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals at The Hague has decided to surrender to Serbia the proceedings against officials of the Serbian Radical Party /SRS/, Petar Jojic and Vjerica Radeta, who are accused of contempt of court.

SKOPLJE - The Skoplje Municipal Court today sentenced Stojan Pavlevski to three years in prison and Cejo Djorgievski to one year and two months in prison for the attack on MP Zijadin Selu in Parliament.

SKOPLJE - Monuments to Alexander of Macedonia, “Warrior on a Horse,” to his father Filip II and mother Olympia, which have been put in the center of the Macedonian capital, Skoplje, as part of the project titled “Skoplje 2014,” will not be destroyed or removed, the spokesman for the Macedonian Government, Mile Bosnjakovski, said today. /end/sg