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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - October 15, 2018




SARAJEVO – The BiH Central Election Commission today fined the SNSD KM 7,000 and fined the SNSD candidate for the Serbian member of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, KM 5,000 because he on October 4 used “the language which could lead someone or incite to violence or hatred, by which he violated the election campaign code of conduct as stipulated by the BiH Election Law.”


BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik tomorrow in Banjaluka will receive a visit from the best Serbian athlete Ivana Spanovic.

FOCA – A solemn session was held today at the Medical Faculty in Foca to mark the 15th anniversary of the Faculty’s operations and October 15, Faculty Day, on which occasion recognitions were presented to deserving individuals and institutions. The Republika Srpska Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Dragan Bogdanic, has said that the Medical Faculty in Foca has developed and grown thanks to the Republika Srpska Government and governments, but first of all, thanks to people who believed in their idea.

ZVORNIK – The Republika Srpska Supreme Court has rejected the Lithuanian Ukio Bank’s audit and confirmed that the Bank’s claim of KM 155 million from the Birac alumina plant in bankruptcy is unfounded, Birac’s lawyer Aleksandar Popovic said today in Zvornik.

BANJALUKA – The technical director of the Bema footwear plant in Banjaluka, Marinko Umicevic, has said that “one million procedures” need to be carried out in order to export goods to the EU market, while on the other hand, luxury goods from the West are imported to BiH customs free, stressing that this problem should be tackled as soon as possible.

UGLJEVIK – Ugljevik Municipality will mark its Patron St.’s Day. Holy Petka Paraskeva, with a number of cultural and artistic events and will present recognitions to individuals and institutions who in the past year made maximum efforts towards improving and developing the local community in various fields, Ugljevik Mayor Vasilije Peric said today.


SARAJEVO – At a meeting with Nathan Sales, the US Ambassador-at-Large and Coordinator for Counterterrorism, today in Sarajevo, the Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, said that BiH will continue to work diligently and consistently on suppressing terrorism.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Parliament’s military commissioner, Bosko Siljegovic, today in Sarajevo told the EUFOR commander in BiH, Major-Gen. Martin Dorfer, that it is evident that members of the BiH Armed Forces are lacking adequate equipment, that they work under difficult conditions and that the supply process and logistic support are not at the level needed to execute regular tasks and meet regular obligations.

BRCKO – Brcko Mayor Sinisa Milic today held a reception for representatives of the local Serbian Educational and Cultural Society “Prosvjeta” and the choir “Srbadija” of Bijeljina on the occasion of the upcoming solemn concert of choirs that will be held on Saturday, October 20, in the Brcko House of Culture.


ZAGREB, MOSTAR – The SDA surrendered a portion of its voters to Zeljko Komsic who thus received enough votes to be elected as the Croatian member of the BiH Presidency, even though he even claimed that he is not a Croat during the election campaign, say right-wing Croatian Internet portals.


PODGORICA – The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs refuted accusations that Russia was involved in an attempt at terrorism in Montenegro on the elections day in 2016.


BERLIN /SRNA-Reuters/ - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today that a difficult defeat of her conservative allies in the elections in Bavaria showed that voters lost trust in the government and promised that she will restore it. /end/sg