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English06/12/2018

SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - December 6, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska clearly voiced its political stance on NATO, saying that it wants military neutrality and that it supports demilitarization of BiH, therefore there is no need to talk about technical details and advantages of the Membership Action Plan or necessary reforms, said counterterrorism expert Dzevad Galijasevic.

BIJELJINA – A project titled “They did not kill a soul,” authored by journalist Mira Lolic Mocevic and historian Dragan Mastilovic, about the suffering of Serbs in the 20th century was presented this evening in Bijeljina. Mocevic has said that the aim of the project of the Serbian-Russian Bridge Association is to save Serbian victims from oblivion and to fight for their place in history, culture of remembrance and educational system of the Serbian people in BiH. “It is our intention to finally see to it that a Serbian institute be founded which will deal with genocide against the Serbian people in the area of the former Yugoslavia,” Mocevic has said.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Supreme Court has extended for another month the incarceration of Marko Colic /31/, suspected of attempted assassination of BN TV journalist Vladimir Kovacevic, sources from the Supreme Court told SRNA.

BANJALUKA – The 60th anniversary of the founding of the Ivo Andric Elementary School, which was attended by many famous and successful residents of Banjaluka, was marked this evening in the Republika Srpska National Theater.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO – The European Commission has adopted the action plan of cross border cooperation between BiH and Montenegro for the period 2018-2020 by which the Commission allocated 3.5 million Euros of aid to cross border cooperation between these two countries, says the EU Delegation to BiH.

SARAJEVO – BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak said today in Milan that one cannot speak about the security in BiH and the region without mentioning the problem of migration.

SARAJEVO – The Deputy Chairman of the BiH House of Peoples, Ognjen Tadic, spoke today with the newly-appointed ambassador of Serbia to BiH, Aleksandar Djordjevic, about the political situation in BiH and the implementation of election results.


FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO – The Sarajevo Canton operational headquarters has lifted a warning of air pollution after a decrease of concentration of pollutants in the air has been recorded, but preparedness measures remain in force.


SERBIA

BELGRADE – Russian President Vladimir Putin expects that negotiations between the Euro-Asian Economic Union /EEU/ and Serbia on an agreement on trade preferences will be completed soon.

BELGRADE – Geopolitician Srdjan Perisic says that NATO did not give up the army of self-declared Kossovo regardless of the statement by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg that Pristina’s intentions to transform security forces into an army came at a wrong time.

BELGRADE – The Special Prosecutor’s Office for Crimes of the Kossovo Liberation Army, based at The Hague, is investigating all allegations from the report of the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly made by Swiss Senator Dick Marty.


REGION

PODGORICA – Officials and supporters of the Democratic Front /DF/ this evening also gathered in front of the Montenegrin Parliament building in Podgorica to protest the arrest of DF MP Nebojsa Medojevic and to support DF MP Milan Knezevic who has been in the Montenegrin Parliament building since November 29 in order to avoid arrest.

PODGORICA – Counsels to Nebojsa Medojevic and Milan Knezevic submitted to the Constitutional Court a request for urgent court action regarding a proposal of provisional measures for DF MPs and a proposal of urgent court action regarding a constitutional appeal. /end/sg