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English11/07/2018

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - July 11, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management has announced that in the past five years the government paid more than KM 500 million to farmers or KM 100 million a year, which is around KM 480 per ha of registered agricultural land.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Minister of Refugees and Displaced Persons, Davor Cordas, today in Brod presented three families of Croatian and Serbian returnees with keys to their homes which have been renovated as part of the Regional Housing Program.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Minister of Spatial Planning, Construction and Ecology, Srebrenka Golic, has said that the problem of different interpretation of obligations of water companies should be resolved since some pay VAT and some does not have to.

BANJALUKA - Declarations on war crimes and missing persons are harmful for the Serbs and that is why they should not have been signed in London, and it is very symptomatic that the British stand behind them, says Milorad Kojic, head of the Centre for Research of War, War Crimes and Search for Missing Persons of Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA - The Serbian Movement of Non-Governmental Associations, SPONA, says that the gathering held on Saturday, July 7 at the Krajina Square in Banjaluka in connection with the death of David Dragicevic clearly showed that this is about a repeated experiment of the IC regarding the making of a multi-ethnic civic model as an introduction to the unitarization of BiH.

BIJELJINA - Four hundred requests for personal disability pensions have been submitted so far to the Bijeljina Social Service, which is a new right in the field of social protection that is being financed by the Republika Srpska Government, Center director Milorad Sofrenic told SRNA.

TREBINJE - The Russian Federation today lifted the ban on the import of apples from BiH, the BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Mirko Sarovic, said today.

SARAJEVO - BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak today in Banjaluka thanked the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to BiH, Petr Ivantsov, for the decision of his country to lift the ban on the import of apples from BiH which will produce significant effects on the economies of Republika Srpska and the FBiH.

TREBINJE - The BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Mirko Sarovic, has said that he is not satisfied with the concept of the summit in London where dominant issues were not economic but political ones, and issues in connection with migrations and security.

BANJALUKA - The provisional decision of the Steering Board of the Indirect Tax Authority /ITA/ on the distribution of revenues from road tolls which are on the special account should be published in the BiH Official Gazette in the next few days, after which funds will be operational, ITA spokesman Ratko Kovacevic told SRNA.


SERBIA

BELGRADE - The Serbian Minister of Culture and Information, Vladan Vukosavljevic, called on students of Serbian origin in the US to carefully nurture their cultural identity, language and script.

BELGRADE - The Jasenovac Association proposed that a monument to Diana Budisavljevic, who saved more than 7,500 Serbian and Jewish children from the Jasenovac concentration camp, be erected in Belgrade.


REGION

VIENNA - Vienna police will increase their presence in the streets due to Croatia-England football game, and particular attention will be paid to the Otakring neighborhood where there were many incidents involving Ustashe and Nazi slogans after Croatia defeated Russia in the World Football Championship.

WORLD

BRUSSELS /SRNA-Reuters/ - US President Donald Trump spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the sidelines of a NATO summit in Brussels hours after he sharply criticized German policy on defense spending and gas imports from Russia. /end/sg