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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - September 14, 2018




BANJALUKA – At the initiative of the Association of Veterans of the 63rd Parachute Brigade, Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik has posthumously decorated seven persons with the Medal of Merits for the People for merits in the fight against the enemy and the liberation of Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining, Petar Djokic, and the director general of the Rakurs Engineering of St. Petersburg, Leonid Chernigov, today in Banjaluka signed a cooperation agreement on the the construction of middle-sized hydropower plant cascades on the River Vrbas worth 500 million Euros.

BANJALUKA – The Governor of St. Petersburg, Georgi Poltavchenko, today presented the Banjaluka Gymnasium with computers.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska Finance Minister Zoran Tegeltija today in Banjaluka spoke with a delegation of the World Bank about past projects and future cooperation in agriculture.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska Deputy Prime Minister Srebrenka Golic expressed the hope today that the Republika Srpska Railways Company, which is in the process of restructuring, will be a respectable company in the future.

BANJALUKA – The director of the Republika Srpska Center for the Investigation of war and War Crimes and the Search for Missing Persons, Milorad Kojic, expects the establishment of formal cooperation in information exchange between Serbia and Republika Srpska when it comes to the search for missing persons.

BANJALUKA – Marija Rapo, an adviser to the Republika Srpska Minister of Refugees and Displaced Persons, today attended a celebration of the protector of the parish of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Kozarska Dubica.

BANJALUKA – Davor Dragicevic, the father of tragically dead young man David, has said that he and the group called “Justice for David” are not destroyers of Republika Srpska, but ordinary people who seek truth and justice, and announced that he will come “to the square on October 5 to my son.”

BIJELJINA – Bijeljina City Manager Milos Stevanovic has said that the influx of migrants is decreasing in the city due to an increased presence of police on borders and that it is expected that migrants will change their route in the coming period.


SARAJEVO – Recent cases of handing down sentences below a mandatory minimum to Bosniaks show double standards in the BiH judiciary which is destroying itself, which is why it should be abolished if it cannot be reformed, says the director of the Republika Srpska Center for the Investigation of War and War Crimes and the Search for Missing Persons, Milorad Kojic.

BRCKO – A memorial service was held today in the memorial chapel in Bukvik near Brcko for 66 Serbs from this and surrounding villages whom Muslim-Croatian forces killed on September 14, 1992.

SARAJEVO – A Sarajevo municipal court has ordered BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic to pay KM 3,000, plus interest, to the BiH acting chief prosecutor, Gordana Tadic, interest included, for slander, SRNA was told by the court.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining, Petar Djokic, has said that there is no an agreed approach in BiH on how to repay a debt for Russian natural gas.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Court today sentenced Izet Arifovic to 10 years in prison for the killing of Serbian civilians in the area of Srebrenica and Bratunac, and sentenced Suad Smajlovic to one year and two months for desecration of bodies.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Court today sentenced Milisav Ikonic to nine years in prison for war crimes against civilians.


SARAJEVO – Bosanski Petrovac has become the first mine-free municipality in the Una-Sana Canton and one of the rare such municipalities in the FBiH after around 900,000 sq meters were cleared of mines in Ostrelj, says the FBiH Civil Protection Administration.


BELGRADE – Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has said that Belgrade is absolutely against the formation of the so-called Kossovo Army since this jeopardizes the security and stability in Kossovo and Metohija.

NEW YORK – An associate to the American Council on Foreign Relations and former member of the US National Security Council, Charles Kupchan, in an article in New York Times openly committed to a demarcation, that is, a division of Kossovo and Metohija.

BELGRADE – The Nutanix Company, which has recently bought the Serbian-American startup Frame, intends to enlarge its business in Serbia, it was said today at a meeting between the owner of this world known Company and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic.

BELGRADE – The Al Dahra Serbia Company offered 105.055 million Euros for the property of the PKB Company, it was said today in the opening of financial bids.

PRISTINA – Kossovo police have arrested 31 persons suspected of prostitution.


PODGORICA – At the end of August, bank accounts of 17,190 companies and entrepreneurs were blocked in Montenegro because of a total debt of 651.99 million Euros, says the Central Bank. /end/sg