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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - December 6, 2018




BANJALUKA - President of Republika Srpska Zeljka Cvijanovic submitted a list of people proposed for the diplomatic and consular network of Bosnia and Herzegovina during a meeting with BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik on Thursday and emphasised that the persons who will protect Srpska’s interests in the BiH foreign affairs will be chosen and that they will not operate to the detriment of others.

BANJALUKA - President Zeljka Cvijanovic stated Thursday the formation of the government will ensue in line with constitutional and legal procedures and that she knows which political parties will be represented in it but refused to state which those are.

BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska adopted the information about the implemented project “Socialisation of Children from Republika Srpska - 2018" which included 1,664 children, 172 teachers, 156 expert team members and 108 parents.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Transport and Communications Nedjo Trninic and CEO of the Banjaluka enterprise Super Petrol Veljko Djukic signed a concession agreement for the construction, usage and maintenance of the Luzani resting place and petrol stations on the Gradiska-Banjaluka motorway on Thursday.

BANJALUKA - Assistant Minister of Justice Jelena Vukadinovic says the ministry will have exact statistical data in January about applications for the protection of rights of persons suffering damage due to corruption.

BANJALUKA - Mayor of Banjaluka Igor Radojicic signed agreements with contractors worth BAM3.6 million for the construction of the Sargovacka Street, a road in the suburb of Petricevac leading to the settlement of Motike and the Jagare waterworks on Thursday.

PALE - The DNS Pale municipal board has made a unanimous decision to leave the party and back a new political party to be formed by Nedeljko Cubrilovic and the Independent Democratic caucus in the National Assembly of Republika Srpska.

NOVI GRAD - Between 60% and 70% of the planned 6,000 hectares were cultivated in the Prijedor region in the autumn due to the lack of soil humidity and difficult soil processing, said Danijel Egic, the manager of the branch office of the Agricultural Extension Service of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management.

BIJELJINA - Only one day in December in Bijeljina went without air pollution, according to air quality measurement results published on the City Administration website.


BANJALUKA - BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik stated Thursday the Serb personnel from 16 BiH embassies and diplomatic and consular offices will be withdrawn immediately and removed from office at the next meeting of the BiH Presidency.

BANJALUKA - BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik stated Thursday the Presidency can operate in full capacity provided that the flag of Republika Srpska is displayed in all the meetings he attends, and if not, there won’t be any Presidency meetings.

SARAJEVO - Deputies of the BiH House of Representatives who were elected in the October general elections signed a solemn statement at an inaugural session on Thursday.

SARAJEVO - Apart from the SDP deputies in the BiH House of Representatives, who refused to have their certificates on mandates handed to them by members of the Central Election Commission, the same was done by the PDP deputies Branislav Borenovic and Mira Pekic, as well as the SDS deputy Dragan Mektic.

BIJELJINA - A theory about Bosniaks as a “fundamental people” of Bosnia and Herzegovina is becoming prominent in the Bonsiak political scene, which is openly telling the election winners on the Serb and Croatian side that they are not wanted in Sarajevo if they do not fit in the “Bosnian patriot” pattern.

SARAJEVO - Former high representatives in BiH have warned the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini of Croatia’s interference in the political developments in BiH, and called on the European Commission to publish its opinion on the BiH application for membership as soon as possible.


MOSTAR - Officers of the FBiH Civil Defence Administration and Mostar South Police Station successfully removed a WWII aerial bomb from Jasenica on Thursday morning, transported it and destroyed it, spokesman of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs, told Srna.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday he does not intend to apologise to the war-time commander of the so-called Army of BiH in Srebrenica, Naser Oric, who stated on an earlier occasion he would demand an apology from Vucic and announced he might sue him over his statements regarding his acquittal for crimes against Serbs.


BELGRADE - Friday marks the 27th anniversary of the murder of the Serb family of Zec in Zagreb, who were liquidated by members of the Croatian Ministry of Internal Affairs reserve unit under the command of Tomislav Mercep, reports the Documentation and Information Centre Veritas. /end/ds