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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - February 11, 2019




TREBINJE – Republika Srpska President Zeljka Cvijanovic has said that two sorts of private initiatives are present in Trebinje – one was supported by the local authorities in cooperation with the Employment Bureau, and the other one implemented its business plans independently, which are positive examples of business operations.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska Dragan Lukac informed Head of OHR Regional Office in Banjaluka, Marianne Berecz of the Ministry’s future plans, with the special emphasis on holding education training for police officers.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Police Director Darko Culum told Srna on Monday the Ministry of Internal Affairs will do all in its power to help the Federation of BiH police find and arrest a double murder suspect Edin Gacic.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Alen Seranic, has said that prevention and control of mass non-contagious diseases and improvement of health can be linked to the economic development, where not only the Ministry of Health is taking part, but a number of sectors.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Scientific Technological Development, Higher Education and Information Society, Srdjan Rajcevic, has said that a draft bill on electronic identification and services of trustworthy electronic transactions should not go to a parliamentary procedure as it is contrary to constitutional jurisdictions.

BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Boris Pasalic, today in Banjaluka attended the first meeting of TAIEX expert mission, of the planned five, which will be taking place until February 15.

BIJELJINA – The Tehnicki Remont /TRB/ Bratunac Company has sent a team of 25 engineers and Company employees to the International Defense Exhibition and Conference, Idex 2019, in Abu Dhabi, which will take place on February 17-21, with the aim of acquiring new knowledge in this field, presenting TRB products and improving domestic business operations.

PALE – A tournament in curling started today in Pale where around 56 athletes from 14 countries are taking part at the European Olympic Youth Festival /EYOF/ 2019.

JAHORINA – The number of skiers increased by 36% on Mount Jahorina compared to the same period of last year, says the Jahorina Olympic Center.

NOVI GRAD – There is hope that “kapanje,” and ancient folk game of hiding coins, which is transmitted from generation to generation, the only one which has been preserved, will survive having in mind that it is known to younger generations as well. Djordjo Latinovic, of Donji Petrovici, in Krupa na Uni, says that this game has been present in his family for generations. An article by Zora SAVIC

FOCA – Foca police arrested three migrants from Syria, and are searching for other two migrants on suspicion that they stole a car in Podgorica, illegally entered BiH, and stole another car in Foca, says the Foca Police Administration.


TREBINJE – At the EYOF 2019 opening ceremony, Sarajevo once again showed it is disdainful and unable to accept an extended hand and realize there are times when it should not show its bad side, says President of Republika Srpska Zeljka Cvijanovic.

BANJALUKA – SNSD vice-president Nikola Spiric has told SRNA that boos at the Asim Ferhatovic Hase stadium in Sarajevo at the opening of the European Olympic Youth Festival /EYOF/ 2019 are the last warning for prospects to preserve a common life in BiH.

SARAJEVO – Sociologist Sanja Vlaisavljevic has told SRNA that boos at the Asim Ferhatovic Hase stadium during the speech of the Chairman of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, at the opening ceremony of the European Youth Olympic Festival /EYOF/ 2019 are an outpour of nationalism and are a great shame for Sarajevo.

BIJELJINA – A speech by the Chairman of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, at the opening of the European Youth Olympic Festival /EYOF/ 2019 caused one expected and one unexpected reaction – boos by consumers of Bosniak media and the lack of triumphalism in the same media. An article by Nenad TADIC

SARAJEVO – Ambassadors of certain countries in Bosnia and Herzegovina had problems entering the Stadium Asim Ferhatovic Hase in Sarajevo for the opening ceremony of the European Youth Olympic Festival EYOF 2019 as they were advised to take a wrong entrance which was not planned for VIPs, Srna has found.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Constitutional Court has accepted an appeal by Petar Civcic who was acquitted of charges of crimes committed in Koricanske Stijene. Civcic appealed the ruling of the BiH Court which awarded him compensation for non-material damages, and the case was returned to court to be considered again.


SARAJEVO – Some parents today did not send their children to school out of fear for their safety, after a police officer was killed in the Usivak neighborhood.


BELGRADE - SARAJEVO - Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic says an attack on Crvena Zvezda water polo players in Split is a result of anti-Serb feeling in Croatia which is becoming permanent in the Croatian politics.

BELGRADE – The Serbian Olympic Committee condemned a hooligan attack on Crvena Zvezda water polo players in Split saying it was prepared to protect all Serbian athletes from any kind of violence.

BELGRADE - The Holy Trinity Church in the returnee village of Babljak outside Urosevac has been broken into for the 19th time since 1999.


SKOPLJE - The Macedonian authorities have started removing official boards of state institutions ahead of installing new ones with the name Northern Macedonia.

RIJEKA - The famous literary critic and author Igor Mandic claims Croatia is not a state and that the country is restoring Austro-Hungary. /end/sg



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