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English11/07/2018

SRNA News Roundup /I/ - July 11, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SREBRENICA - Marking the 23rd anniversary of the crime in Srebrenica began with paying tribute to the killed Bosniaks and playing the national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Memorial Centre in Potocari on Wednesday. The commemoration is attended by High Representative Valentin Inzko, EU Special Representative to BiH Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, German and US Ambassadors Christiane Hohmann and Maureen Cormack, US State Department representatives, Bosniak member of the BiH Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic, delegations from Turkey and some Arab countries, leader of the canonically unrecognised Montenegrin Orthodox Church Miras Dedeic and representatives of international organizations in BiH. A lot of Turkish, Iranian and American flags have been observed at the event.

ZVORNIK - The committee of Srebrenica 2018 operation has concluded that the Wednesday commemoration in Potocari is going peacefully and in accordance with the plan, spokesperson of the Zvornik Police Administration Miljan Bobar told Srna.

BANJALUKA - Dragan Kalinic, the former leader of the Serbian Democratic Party says the “SDS is a party rife, in the political sense, with criminal staff, not mature enough to lead Republika Srpska in the national and governmental sense.”

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

BANJALUKA - Lawyer Krstan Simic believes that Bosnia and Herzegovina should build a system that will function on the basis of application of good quality laws and warns that the engagement of foreigners in institutions brings the country’s sovereignty into question.

SARAJEVO - The Western Balkan countries adopted a special declaration at the London summit promising to share all operational and intelligence data in the area of security, while a joint steering committee will soon be formed to monitor the implementation of the document.

BELGRADE - Political analyst Dragomir Andjelkovic told Srna he believes that the announcement of a stronger British presence in the Balkans means that that is how the United Kingdom wants to blackmail Germany and the European Union and draw as much benefit over Brexit as possible.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO - Deputies of the Federation of BiH House of Representatives unanimously passed the Law on the Rights of Demobbed Veterans and Their Families late on Tuesday.

TUZLA - The Tuzla Canton Government will allocate BAM180,000 from its budget for religious communities this year, including BAM85,000 for the Tuzla Church Municipality of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic believes US President Donald Trump will definitely visit Serbia during his term in office but wonders whether Trump should do it now or when a solution for Kosovo is reached.

BELGRADE - MP Igor Simic of the Serb List believes that the international community keeping silent about the arrest of five Serbs in Gnjilane is making the Serbs in Kosovo anxious.

PRISTINA - The managing team for establishing the Community of Serb Municipalities in Kosovo and Metohija reports it is not true that a draft of the Community articles of association was submitted to the Government of self-declared Kosovo.

BELGRADE - NATO Deputy Secretary-General Rose Gottemoeller stated that NATO regrets the innocent victims of its 1999 air strikes in Serbia but added that depleted uranium does not have a negative effect on human health.

REGION

SKOPJE - Fans of the Komiti fan group supporting the Skopje Vardar Football Club protested outside the parliament in Skopje demanding that the persons responsible for the recent murder of fan Nikola Sazdovski be punished. /end/ds