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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - January 11, 2019




SARAJEVO - Security expert Dzevad Galijasevic told SRNA that the arrival in Republika Srpska of Nusret Avdibegovic, the new head of the Banjaluka Mesihat, was completely invisible, as it is about a man who had welcomed the first mujahedin in BiH - Mahmoud Abdel Aziz al Muntesib, better known as Barbarossa, during the war in BiH.

WASHINGTON - Head of the Republika Srpska Representative Office in Washington, Obrad Kesic, told SRNA that the formal reception organised by the Office over January 9, the Republika Srpska Day, gathered more than 100 officials sending a message that Srpska is proud of its survival in very difficult conditions and constant attacks.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - The Jahorina and Istocno Sarajevo’s tourist offer has been presented at the Tourism Fair in Vienna, resulting in great interest among numerous visitors, announced the City Administration of Istocno Sarajevo.


ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Stasa Kosarac, the chair of the SNSD Caucus in the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly, has said that SNSD believes that the permanent commissions of the BiH House of Representatives should not be elected without a defined structure of power in joint institutions that would confirm the appointment of the chair, deputy chair and ministers in the Council of Ministers.

SARAJEVO - Croatian Ambassador to BiH Ivan Del Vechio told SRNA that he was summoned to Zagreb for consultations by Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Marija Pejcinovic Buric, and will return to Sarajevo on Monday, January 14. The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Croatia announced yesterday that Buric summoned Del Vechio to Zagreb for consultations at the request of the Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic.

SARAJEVO - Deputy Chair of the Council of Ministers, Vjekoslav Bevanda, has said that an unacceptable and counterproductive campaign was launched in some media over Croat representatives’ attendance at the marking of the Republika Srpska Day in Banjaluka, which continued anti-Croat hysteria in BiH.

ZAGREB/MOSTAR - Some Croat portals reject the Bosniaks’ critique on the account of the HDZ BiH Leader Dragan Covic due to his attendance at the marking of the Republika Srpska Day and stressed that it is a legitimate holiday, assessing the Bosniak politics as hypocritical.

BANJALUKA - Unicredit Bank BiH and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development /EBRD/ signed an agreement worth € 10 million to finance the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises.


DRVAR - Acting Mayor of Drvar Nikola Materic filed an irrevocable resignation, Municipal Council Head Nikica Bosnic told SRNA.

MOSTAR – Mostar-based organisation of animal lovers Animal Care Centre is looking for stray dogs who will soon find their forever homes in Germany.


BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic have talked about concrete joint infrastructure and energy projects in Belgrade, stressing that Serbia is also a strong Srpska’s backbone.

BELGRADE - Serbian Defence Minister Aleksandar Vulin has told Croatian Foreign Minister Marija Pejcinovic Buric that if she seeks from Serbia to deal with the past, she should first start doing it.

BELGRADE - On the occasion of the upcoming visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Serbia, Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy, Aleksandar Antic, has said that several agreements are expected to be signed, most of which are gas industry-related.

PRISTINA - Seven former members of the terrorist KLA left for The Hague, where in the next ten days they should be heard before the Prosecutor's Office of the Special Court to try former KLA members for crimes against Serbs, non-Albanians and Albanians loyal to Serbian system, the Kosovo Police Service /KPS/ confirmed to SRNA.


ZAGREB - Israel has officially informed the Croatian Ministry of Defence that it cannot obtain US approval for the delivery of the F-16 Barak aircraft to Croatia, Croatian Defence Minister Damir Krsticevic has said.

DUBROVNIK - Two workers were killed in a fire that broke out at the Hydroelectric Power Plant /HE/ "Dubrovnik" in Plat, while the third one is missing. /end/vos