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English07/12/2018

SRNA News Roundup /I/ - December 7, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA - Under the auspices of the President of Republika Srpska Zeljka Cvijanovic, the humanitarian campaign “Love to Brave Hearts” is carried out this year for the tenth time. The money raised in this year’s campaign will be used for the procurement of devices for robot-assisted rehabilitation of children with movement disorders, the president’s office told Srna.

KOTOR VAROS - Mayor of Kotor Varos Zdenko Sakan and head of the Mozaik Foundation Zeljko Paukovic signed a four-year agreement on the implementation of the Youth Bank project worth BAM54,000 on Friday.

GACKO - The DNS Gacko municipal board made a unanimous decision to leave the party and joit another one which will be formed by Nedeljko Cubrilovic and a group of former DNS MPs.

PALE - An exhibition by 25 paintings by Dragoslav Husar from Pancevo and Veselin Nisavic from Novi Pazar opened at Pisaro gallery in Pale on Thursday evening.

BIJELJINA - Floating particles in the air in Bijeljina have exceeded the permitted values according to the latest measurements, reports the city heating enterprise.

BANJALUKA - Police in Gradiska registered 35 per cent less criminal offences in November than in the same month of 2017, says head of the Gradiska Police Administration Milos Brkic.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

MOSCOW - Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the protectorate in Bosnia and Herzegovina which is sustained thanks to the position of the High Representative is disabling the country’s development and hindering the process of reconciliation.

SARAJEVO - A total of 138,932 tourists were recorded in BiH in October, 12.3 per cent more than in the same month last year, and 11.2 per cent less than in September.

BRCKO - French humanist Arnaud Guillon promoted his book “All My Roads Lead to Serbia” in Brcko on Thursday, which speaks about the turmoil of the Serb people in Kosovo and Metohija.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO - The Serbian Choral Society Sloga from Sarajevo will hold a concert on December 11 at the national Theatre in the city to mark its 130th anniversary, the choir conductor
Stefan Mojsilovic told Srna.

SARAJEVO - After two moderate days, air pollution u Sarajevo increased again on Friday and poses a potential risk to humans, while the air quality index is 191 as measured by the US Embassy there.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - Azerbaijan firmly sticks to its decision not to recognise the one-sidedly declared independence of so-called Kosovo, Minister of Economic Development Shahin Mustafayev stated in a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

BELGRADE - The Republic of Madagascar has withdrawn a decision to recognise self-declared Kosovo and informed the Serbian Foreign Ministry about it, said Serbian chief of diplomacy Ivica Dacic.

BELGRADE - The EU’s inability to force the self-declared Kosovo to meet its obligations brings the Brussels’ whole reputation at stake, says Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.


REGION

BELGRADE - Friday marks 27 years since the killing of the Serb family of Zec in Zagreb, who were executed by the reserve units of the Croatian Ministry of Internal Affairs under the command of Tomislav Mercep, reports Centre Veritas.

SYDNEY - Roman Ljeljak, an Ustasha apologist and historical revisionist who claims the Ustasha concentration camp Jasenovac is “just a myth” has been banned from Australia.


WORLD

CRIMEA - Russian vice-admiral Peter Svyatashov warns the United States that Russian submarines will not allow the US Second Fleet to get even close to the Crimean shores, let alone attack. /end/ds