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English14/09/2018

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - September 14, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA - Governor of Saint Petersburg Georgy Poltavchenko stated Friday in Banjaluka it was very significant that the friendly ties between Republika Srpska and Saint Petersburg resulted in concrete cooperation, especially in the development of trade and economic relations.

BANJALUKA - Governor of Saint Petersburg Georgy Poltavchenko handed in a 3D model of central Banjaluka to Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik on Friday.

BANJALUKA - Governor of Saint Petersburg Georgy Poltavchenko supported the exchange of young experts, graduates and students in Banjaluka on Friday for their further advancement and acquisition of practical know-how.

BANJALUKA - National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic presented American author John Taylor with an award of the 3rd International Literary Gathering Banjaluka 2018 on Friday.

BELGRADE - National Assembly Deputy Speaker Nenad Stevandic says that members of the Alliance for Victory are “under the patronage of Bakir Izetbegovic,” who gave them high positions and that they have a need to constantly give some “inappropriate statements to Serbia” in order to secure the votes from Bosniaks.

BANJALUKA - Nedeljko Mitrovic, head of the Association of Families of the Captured, Fallen Veterans and Missing Civilians of Republika Srpska, believes that after the formation of a new government, Republika Srpska should launch the process of a radical reform of the BiH Missing Persons Institute in order to accelerate the search for missing Serbs.

SOKOLAC - Wreaths were laid at the Mali Zejtinlik military cemetery in Sokolac and a commemoration was held at the Monastery of St George the Great Martyr at Ravna Romanija on Friday to mark the Day of Fallen and Missing Veterans and Civilians of Republika Srpska /September 15/.

BANJALUKA - The city of Banjaluka will co-finance 14 more projects of civic associations to improve the quality of life of senior citizens and women in the city with a total of BAM35,000, the city administration reported on Friday.

VLASENICA - Head of the Zvornik office of the Employment Bureau of Republika Srpska Goran Petrovic handed in contracts to eight employers in Vlasenica on Friday approving incentives in the amount of BAM180,000 under the employment and self-employment programme for this year.

PALE - Starting Friday, a series of activities will be organised in Republika Srpska until September 21 in the scope of marking Antituberculosis Week to raise public awareness of the disease, Ljiljana Gluhovic, healthcare coordinator of the Srpska Red Cross, told Srna.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Students of the Istocna Ilizda Secondary School who sustained light injuries in a Friday morning car accident in the vicinity of Brescia in Italy have been admitted in two hospitals, school Principal Branka Kovacevic confirmed to Srna.


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

BANJALUKA - President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik says the Russian Federation has always had a principled stance towards Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Dayton Peace Agreement, which was based on international law and not on damaging international legal order.

SARAJEVO - The BiH Court on Friday sentenced Izet Arifovic to ten years in prison for the murder of Serb civilians in Srebrenica and Bratunac and Suad Smajlovic to 14 months for sacrilege of bodies.

SARAJEVO - BiH Minister of Communications and Transport Ismir Jusko signed agreements on the transfer of capital grant funds intended for financing the preparation and construction of road infrastructure on Friday. The money will go to the city of Bijeljina and municipality of Istocni Stari Grad.

SARAJEVO - The BiH Commission on Refugees and Displaced Persons made a decision on Friday to spend BAM2.4 million this year including BAM1,798,000 on infrastructure projects and BAM600,000 on electrification of returnee settlements, said Commission chief Mato Jozic.


2018 ELECTIONS

SARAJEVO - The Central Election Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina reported on Friday it will submit complete information about a potential commitment of criminal offences in the procedure of voter registration outside BiH including the supporting documentation to the competent prosecutor’s office.

BRATUNAC - Vojin Pavlovic, a candidate for president of Republika Srpska, told the press on Friday he has reliable information that Bosniaks call on their fellow people during religious and other rallies to vote for Mladen Ivanic for Serb member of the BiH Presidency.

BANJALUKA - DNS leader Marko Pavic says his party has excellent results on the ground and that its ratings have never been better in this part of the election campaign, and that that is why they expect the best results since their establishment.

BANJALUKA - The Party of Democratic Progress /PDP/ believes information technologies offer an enormous chance for the development of Republika Srpska and that it is important the education system and business are set up so as to provide an education and personnel capable of achieving that potential.


SERBIA

BELGRADE - Former Serbian diplomat Vladislav Jovanovic told Srna on Friday that Serbia is not meddling in the BiH and Republika Srpska elections at all, adding that he does not know why the Serb member of the BiH Presidency Mladen Ivanic "finds it appropriate" to warn Serbia.

BELGRADE - Vladimir Djukanovic, a member of the Serbian Progressive Party /SNS/ presidency, points out that Republika Srpska is worthy of preservation and attention and that it is normal for Serbia to be interested in the elections in Srpska and that he cannot see why the Serb member of the BiH Presidency Mladen Ivanic has a problem with that.

BELGRADE - Political analyst Branko Radun says that unlike the past, he cannot see any politicians from Serbia taking an active part in the election campaign in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, which is not true for Turkey and Croatia which are openly meddling according to him.


REGION

ZURICH - Tages-Anzeiger, a Swiss German-language national daily newspaper published in Zurich, lashed out at Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic, mocking her lamentations about the position of Croats in the former Yugoslavia, dubbing her a right-winger currying favours with nationalists in Croatia. /end/ds