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English14/08/2018

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - August 14, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Parliament has rejected the Srebrenica Commission Report on the events in and around Srebrenica in the period July 10-19, 1995, since it is not in keeping with the commitment of Republika Srpska institutions to objectively and truthfully interpret the said evens and strengthen mutual trust in BiH and the region.

BANJALUKA - The Deputy Speaker of the Republika Srpska Parliament, Nenad Stevandic, has said that all Srpska wants is the truth about war events in the area of Srebrenica and that it is doing nothing that might insult any other people.

BANJALUKA - The Head of the SNSD Caucus in the Republika Srpska Parliament, Radovan Viskovic, has said that Republika Srpska only wants the truth about war events in Srebrenica.

BANJALUKA - The Head of the DNS Caucus in the Republika Srpska Parliament, Spomenka Stevanovic, has said that crimes committed against Serbs in the area of Podrinje in the past war must not be neglected anymore.

BANJALUKA - The Head of the Socialist Party Caucus in the Republika Srpska Parliament, Slobodan Protic, has said that new facts about the sufferings of Serbs in the Podrinje, which were arrived at in the past 14 years, must be included in a new report on the events in Srebrenica.

BANJALUKA - SDS MP Vukota Govedarica has expressed satisfaction with the fact that conclusions on the Srebrenica Commission Report were harmonized in the Republika Srpska Parliament.

BANJALUKA - NDP MP Dragan Cavic says that a new commission that would investigate the events in Srebrenica in the period 1992-1995 needs to be formed and expressed satisfaction with the fact that all members of the Republika Srpska Parliament reached agreement on conclusions regarding the Srebrenica Commission Report.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO - The Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, said today upon his arrival from an official visit to Germany that it is the position of German Chancellor Angela Merkel that there will be no change of borders in the Balkans.

SARAJEVO - The Chairman of the SNSD Caucus in the BiH House of Representatives, Stasa Kosarac, has said that in the October elections citizens will punish irresponsible officials in the joint BiH institutions who in only eight months turned this country into a reserve for more than 10,000 illegal migrants from high-risk Islamic countries.

SARAJEVO - The BiH Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations has been officially informed that an action plan for export of poultry to the EU market has been accepted.


SERBIA

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has criticized statements by certain opposition politicians who said that Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik should be banned from entry to Serbia because of his statements on Kossovo and Metohija.

BELGRADE – Eleven persons in Serbia died from West Nile Fever, and 126 contracted the disease, says the Serbian Institute of Public Health Dr. Milan Jovanovic Batut.


REGION

HERCEG NOVI – The putting up of new tourism signs, which are written in Cyrillic and in English, has started in Herceg Novi. /end/sg