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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - January 18, 2019




MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin stated in a meeting with Milorad Dodik, the Republika Srpska member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency in Belgrade that cooperation is successful and that he was familiar with the joint projects in various fields.

BELGRADE - Republika Srpska President Zeljka Cvijanovic says she is grateful to Russian President Vladimir Putin for defending the Dayton Peace Agreement based positions of not only Republika Srpska but of entire BiH too.

BANJALUKA - Requirements for issuing building permits online will be created by the end of this year because Republika Srpska has managed to obtain donor funds for a software necessary for the process, Minister of Spatial Planning, Civil Engineering and Ecology Srebrenka Golic told Srna.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Economy and Entrepreneurship Vjekoslav Petricevic stated in an interview with Srna that the line ministry is preparing an action plan and developing measures that will help increase salaries in the business sector, in an effort to improve the legislative and business environment, competitiveness and productivity.

DOBOJ - The second tranche of EUR9 million from the World Bank for the restructuring of the railway company Zeljeznice Republike Srpske is operative and the settlement of the remaining debts to the former workers who left the company for various reasons starts on Friday, reports the enterprise.

BIJELJINA – On Friday the Serbian Orthodox Church celebrates the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in memory of the first Christians who accepted the faith at the very beginning of Christian gospel.

VISEGRAD - Metropolitan Hrizostom of Dabar-Bosnia will conduct the holy liturgy at the St Lazarus Church in Andricgrad on Saturday, the Holy Epiphany, and after that a swim for the Holy Cross will take place in the Drina near the Visegrad bridge, said Protopresbyter-staurophor Dragan Vukotic.

BANJALUKA - Thirty-three young men will swim for the Holy Cross in Banjaluka on Saturday, the Church of Jesus Christ the Saviour told Srna.

BANJALUKA - Last year, a total of BAM15.1 million was paid into the Banjaluka city budget on the basis of issued building permits, the Department of Spatial Planning confirmed to Srna.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - The music group Katera from Istocno Sarajevo, which is part of the Church of St Basil of Ostrog, held a humanitarian concert to raise money for the treatment of a young local football player Milos Bozovic, who was severely injured during a match.


BELGRADE - After a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik said it was important for Republika Srpska to secure energy stability through natural gas pipeline which should be built from Serbia to Novi Grad.

BANJALUKA - Nebojsa Radmanovic, Deputy Chair of the BiH House of Representatives, says the House will not hold sessions until the chair of the Council of Ministers is appointed.

SARAJEVO - Air pollution in the Federation of BiH was high on Friday morning in the majority of cities where measurements are done, and the most polluted were Sarajevo, Zenica, Ilijas, Kakanj and Gorazde where the air was declared unhealthy.


BELGRADE - The message from Russian President Vladimir Putin that Russia will support an agreement between Belgrade and Pristina, if it is in accordance with the UN Security Council Resolution 1244, is a message of peace, says Milovan Drecun, chair of the Serbian Assembly committee on Kosovo and Metohija.

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic says Serbia will have the fastest railway in this part of the region with trains from Belgrade to Budapest running at 200 kilometres an hour.


BELGRADE - Serbian Orthodox Church bishops and Catholic bishops in Croatia together support the idea of scientifically examining and determining the truth about the suffering during WWII and during the 1991-1995 war in Croatia in order to stop manipulating the number of casualties and restore their dignity as victims.


BERLIN - German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said "No one is able to disrupt" Nord Stream 2 project anymore, point out that even though American sanctions could force German companies to withdraw, Russia is absolutely capable of continuing the job on its own. /end/ds