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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - November 9, 2018




BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska on Friday defined the draft 2019 budget in the amount of BAM3.231 billion, by BAM193 million lower than the revised budget for 2018.

BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska adopted a regulation defining the amount of toll for using motorways by vehicle classes, procedure and means of payment, as well as the possibility of lower tolls for certain users.

BANJALUKA - Legal solutions need to be adopted in Republika Srpska in order to further protect the Entity when it comes to migrants, the coordination body in charge of monitoring the movement of illegal migrants across the territory of Republika Srpska stated in a meeting in Banjaluka on Friday.

BIJELJINA - Republika Srpska presidential envoy Miladin Dragicevic presented 12 posthumous decorations - the Medal of Merits for the People - to the families of fallen veterans of the Army of Republika Srpska from Bijeljina and Brcko in Bijeljina on Friday.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Finance Zoran Tegeltija told an International Monetary Fund delegation on Friday that drafting of the budget and economic reforms programme for 2018 is in the final stage.

BIJELJINA - A regular annual overhaul of the Ugljevik Thermal Power Plant, which cost around BAM10 million, ended three days before the deadline and the power plant started its production and got connected to the electricity network of Republika Srpska.


BANJALUKA - The newly elected Serb member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Milorad Dodik stated Friday he opposes any kind of creating a list of people from Serbia and even Croatia and Montenegro who would be banned from entering BiH.

BANJALUKA - SNSD leader Milorad Dodik says his party and its coalition partners are prepared to form, within a short period of time, the new Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina which must have some common policies, if possible.

SARAJEVO - Governor of the Central Bank of BiH Senad Softic stated Friday in Budapest activities need to be carried out to improve financial stability in the Central and East European countries in order to prevent or mitigate potential financial risks.


MOSTAR - Russian Ambassador to BiH Petr Ivantsov launched the Russian Department at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Mostar on Friday, the first such department in the Federation of BiH.

SARAJEVO - President of the FBiH Supreme Court Milorad Novkovic did not issue an order forbidding the FBiH Court Police to take over from the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs the persons arrested in the scope of an investigation about the murder of two police officers without the medical documentation, the Entity Court Police reported on Friday.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov on Friday discussed preparations for a visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Belgrade in January and a set of documents which will be signed then to improve the mutual cooperation further.

BELGRADE - Serbia’s foreign policy, respecting the wish to become a member of the EU, will serve the national and state interests when it comes to Kosovo and Metohija, Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on Friday.

PRISTINA - The Serb List demands an immediate revocation of adverse measures of the government in Pristina and the 10-per cent tax on products from central Serbia, and vows to support any proposal to overthrow the government due to such measures and attitude to the Serbs in Kosovo.

PRISTINA - Prime Minister of self-declared Kosovo Ramush Haradinaj has published a letter he received from German Chancellor Angela Merkel stating that Germany strongly supports Kosovo’s accession to Interpol.

BELGRADE - President of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts Vladimir Kostic sent a letter to the secretaries of all the Academy’s departments offering his resignation on Friday.

RANILUG - Members of the Kosovo Police Service detected and seized weapons and ammunition in an abandoned house in the village of Ranilug in the eponymous municipality inhabited mainly by Serbs.


PODGORICA - Montenegrin police seized more than 420,000 photographs and videos containing child pornography from seven persons who have been prosecuted, the national Police Administration reported on Friday. /end/ds