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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - July 12, 2018




NEVESINJE - A commemoration and wreath laying ceremony was held near the memorial in the village of Krekovi outside Nevesinje on Thursday where the Herzegovina Uprising against the Ottoman Empire was staged 143 years ago. Wreaths were laid there by the Srpska presidential envoy Goran Djajic, Srpska MP Ilija Tamindzija, Minister of Labour and Veterans’ Affairs Milenko Savanovic, Minister of Family, Youth and Sport Jasmina Davidovic, envoy of the Srpska member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Velimir Sakan, Serbian Consul in Trebinje Radoslav Ilic, and a granddaughter of brigand captain Pero Tunguz.

BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska issued a decision amending the decision on the adoption of the Employment Action Plan 2018, whereby the Government and the Employment Bureau allocate a total of BAM21,774,932 for the implementation of the Action Plan.

BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska on Thursday approved a disbursement of BAM4 million for the settlement of obligations to the workers of the public railway enterprise Zeljeznice Republike Srpske whose employment ended in June.

BANJALUKA - The Srpska Government adopted the bill on the protection of non-ionising radiation, providing the grounds for drafting the regulations that will define the limits of exposure to non-ionising radiation in accordance with international recommendations and standards.

BANJALUKA - The Srpska Government did not accept an initiative by the Agency for Gender Equality of the BiH Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees for the appointment of Srpska Government representatives into the committee in charge of monitoring the implementation and reporting on the Istanbul Convention and femicide.

BANJALUKA - The Srpska Ministry of Finance reports that it has settled all short-term debts as it disbursed BAM20 million to creditors’ accounts for the last due 55th emission of treasury bills.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Lawyer Miodrag Stojanovic believes that a statement by the Chief Inspector of the German Federal Criminal Police Office /BKA/ Klaus Zorn who said “that no one who committed genocide in Srebrenica hiding in Germany will be safe” can only be used for petty politics and reveals Germany’s real intentions.

BELGRADE - Historian Cedomir Antic stated Thursday a statement by the German police representative Klaus Zorn in Potocari about the events in Srebrenica was irresponsible and that investigations about what had actually happened there should be conducted by official judicial authorities instead of civic associations, like the Mothers of Srebrenica.

BANJALUKA - The First SDS party’s candidates for the upcoming elections are Gojko Klickovic for the Serb member of the BiH Presidency and Radomir Lukic for president of Republika Srpska, the party said during its convention in Banjaluka on Thursday.

BANJALUKA - Socialist Party vice-president Zivko Marjanac told Srna on Thursday that the party has decided to dismiss any member who joins another political party’s list for the upcoming elections and that the same goes for Nedeljko Milakovic.

BELGRADE - Historiographer Radovan Kalabic believes that the rallies in the Banjaluka Krajina Square related to the death of David Dragicevic have been encouraged “from the outside,” that they are similar to a colour revolution and that they will intensify ahead of the October elections in order to prevent Milorad Dodik from winning the seat of the Serb member of the BiH Presidency and destabilise Srpska’s institutions, primarily the police.


SARAJEVO - BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Mirko Sarovic, Head of the EU Delegation to BiH Lars-Gunnar Wigemark and Swedish Ambassador Anders Hagelberg agree it is required that the competent institutions at the local and State level undertake the necessary measures to make sure the newly built state prison is operational as soon as possible.

SARAJEVO - A draw that will define the order of political entities in the ballots for the upcoming General Elections in October was disrupted in Sarajevo on Thursday due to technical reasons and will resume manually at 13.30 CET.


BELGRADE - Serbia has achieved significant growth in the past 12 months in innovation performances and for the first time is better than eight EU member states on the European Innovation Scoreboard which was presented by the European Commission in Brussels.

BELGRADE - The Serbian Orthodox Church in America will host a celebration of the centennial of the inauguration of US President Woodrow Wilson, the declaration of the Day of Prayer for Serbia, breakthrough of the Salonica Front and the end of the First World War between July 25 and July 29 in Washington.

BELGRADE - The Serbian Tigar factory from Pirot has launched the production of 15,000 pairs of rubber boots for the Finnish army worth EUR660,000.


SKOPJE - Greek Minister of Defence Panos Kammenos says Macedonia will not become a member of NATO and that the deal about the name of the former Yugoslav republic will not be applied. /end/ds