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English12/07/2018

SRNA News Roundup /I/ - July 12, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

NEVESINJE - A holy liturgy in the Church of St Basil of Ostrog in Nevesinje marked the beginning of celebrating the 143rd anniversary of uprisings in Herzegovina - the Herzegovina Uprising on Thursday. The liturgy was attended by the Republika Srpska presidential envoy Goran Djajic and Mayor Milenko Avdalovic, among others.

DOBOJ - A commemoration and wreath laying ceremony at a memorial in the Doboj Vila neighbourhood on Thursday marked the 26th anniversary of the battle for defence of the city which occurred on St Peter’s Day, July 12, when 34 Serb veterans and police officers were killed and more than 76 were wounded.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Administration and Local Self-government Lejla Resic points out that the ministry she heads has defined systemic laws important for Republika Srpska during this term in office, including the Law on Local Self-government which introduced the possibility of sanctioning a mayor and a councillor if they abuse the citizens’ trust.

BANJALUKA - Stevan Tontic is the winner of the Kocicevo Pero Award for the spring/summer of 2018 for his book “Ta Mjesta.” The award is conferred by the Banjaluka-Belgrade Petar Kocic Endowment.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

BELGRADE - The Chief Inspector of the German Federal Criminal Police Office /BKA/ Klaus Zorn in Potocari compared two completely incomparable things - the crime in Srebrenica from 1995 and the genocide which the Germans and especially Croats committed against various nations in WWII, historian Aleksandar Rakovic told Srna.

BANJALUKA - Serbian Minister of Internal Affairs Nebojsa Stefanovic stated that, despite official requests, they have been waiting for information from the Bosnia and Herzegovina authorities about the attack on the then Serbian prime minister Aleksandar Vucic in Potocari for three years now, asserting that a serious investigation was evidently not conducted.

FEDERATION OF BiH

BANJALUKA - The convicted war criminal Naser Oric is holding public lectures across the Federation of BiH threatening new armed conflicts, the web portal Srpskainfo reports.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Internal Affairs Nebojsa Stefanovic says he does not know why the international community is urging Belgrade to normalise the relations with Pristina when it failed to react to the latest arrests of Serbs in Kosovo.

REGION

SKOPJE - Macedonia will celebrate the NATO invitation to join the Alliance on Saturday, July 14 in 15 cities across the country, said Prime Minister Zoran Zaev. /end/ds