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English12/02/2019

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - February 12, 2019

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - The National Assembly of Republika Srpska resumed its session after a regular break with a discussion about the bill on amendments to the Law on Companies.

TREBINJE - The Transco Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske /ERS/ will this a tender year open for the construction of a solar power plant in the area of Trebinje with the power of 100 megawatts, whose value will be EUR150 million, the company Director Luka Petrovic confirmed to Srna.

PRIJEDOR - An agreement was signed in Prijedor on Tuesday regarding a project for the construction of a tertiary water supply network and household connections related to the water supply system Crno Vrelo in the city, for which purpose an amount of BAM9.4 has been allocated.

BELGRADE - Members of the Foca Police Administration Djordju Elek and Nemanja Trivun and head of the humanitarian association Bastionik from Banjaluka Predrag Adamovic received special awards for the noblest act in 2018 in Belgrade on Tuesday, which were presented by the Vecernje Novosti daily.

ZVORNIK - Russian Ambassador to BiH Petr Ivantsov on Tuesday gave the young Football Club Buducnost players from Pilica outside Zvornik 30 sets of modern football equipment donated by the Russian Olympic Committee.

VISEGRAD - Irish Ambassador to BiH who is headquartered in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Myles Geiran, donated books on Irish culture and the Irish people to the National Library Ivo Andric in Visegrad on Tuesday.


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO - Caretaking Minister of Security Dragan Mektic confirmed that the caretaking Council of Ministers had removed the proposal of the national annual programme 2018-2019 from its agenda at the request of the Serb ministers.

SARAJEVO - Caretaking Minister of Security Dragan Mektic says the decision about the start of operations of a state prison in Istocno Sarajevo was removed from the caretaking Council of Ministers’ agenda on Tuesday.

SARAJEVO - Caretaking Minister of Justice Josip Grubesa believes that the management who participated in the construction of the state prison in Istocno Sarajevo all along should remain at the helm of the new institution.

SARAJEVO - Caretaking Minister of Civil Affairs Adil Osmanovic voiced expectations that the World Health Organisation /WHO/ will keep supporting the activities carried out to accommodate a large number of migrants, especially bearing in mind the predicted new wave of migrants after winter.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO - Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most wanted fugitive Edin Gacic, who is suspected of two brutal murders, was killed on Tuesday after wounding a police officer in Canton Sarajevo, spokeswoman of the Cantonal Ministry of Internal Affairs Suvada Kuldija confirmed to Srna.



SERBIA

BELGRADE/STRASBOURG - European Parliament Rapporteur on Serbia David McAllister calls on the authorities of self-declared Kosovo to revoke the decision on taxes on Serbian and BiH imports because it is a violation of CEFTA and the Stabilisation and Association Agreement.

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic thanked Moldavia for its principled support when it comes to Kosovo and Metohija, saying that Serbia too advocates support to Moldavia’s territorial integrity.


REGION

SKOPJE - Macedonia hoisted the NATO flag on the national Government building on Tuesday while the Alliance continues to ratify the agreement on the country’s accession.

ZADAR - Principal of the Secondary School of Economics and Trade in Zadar Jozo Dragic will be relieved of his duties, the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education decided after receiving an inspection report about the school, where a freshman impressed the letter “U” with a burning lighter on a female and male schoolmate and inflicted them burn injuries. /end/ds