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English15/03/2019

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - March 15, 2019

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - At a meeting with the president of the Assembly of European Regions, Magnus Berntsson, Republika Srpska President Zeljka Cvijanovic said on Friday that Republika Srpska is interested in strengthening cooperation and a more active engagement in the Assembly which gathers 35 regions from all parts of Europe.

BANJALUKA - At a meeting on Friday with the Ambassador of Ireland to BiH, Myles Geiran, Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic expressed gratitude to the Irish Ryanair Company for its contribution to the development of air traffic in Srpska.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Minister of Education and Culture, Natalija Trivic, said on Friday that “the forum on the Cyrillic alphabet” will be held on Wednesday, March 20, in Banjaluka, with the aim of promoting this script through the support to domestic publishers which publish books in Cyrillic.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Ministry for the Family, Youth and Sports today called a competition for the selection of users of subsidized interest rates on housing loans for young people and young married couples, which will be opened in the next 30 days, the Minister for the Family, Youth and Sports, Sonja Davidovic, said on Friday.

PALE - The president of the Assembly of the Pale Veterans’ Organization, Mihajlo Paradjina, said on Friday that around 1,600 veterans from Pale Municipality received monetary assistance in the past four years from Pale Municipality, the City of Istocno Sarajevo and the relevant ministry.

BIJELJINA - Last year Bijeljina collected a record amount of money from land use change taxes, generating revenues greater than KM 458,000, says a report on the work of the City Administration.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency Chairman Milorad Dodik strongly condemns a terrifying terrorist attack in New Zealand that killed civilians during the prayer, which makes this crime even more horrifying.

SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency member Zeljko Komsic condemned the attack on faithful during the prayer in two mosques in New Zealand and sent a telegram of condolence to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and victims’ families, says a press release from the BiH Presidency.

SARAJEVO - The Bosniak member of the BiH Presidency, Sefik Dzaferovic, said on Friday that European prospects are a strong framework which contributes to building stability and trust both in BiH and the whole region.

SARAJEVO - The caretaker BiH Security Minister, Dragan Mektic, who was questioned on Friday by prosecutors from the prosecutor’s office of BiH for allegations that Croatian intelligence officers and diplomats recruited members of the Salafi movement to smuggle weapons to BiH, said he confirmed everything he had said.


SERBIA

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday the decision of Grenada to withdraw its recognition of the unilaterally declared independence of Kossovo and give priority to seeking a compromise solution through dialogue is proof of respect for international law.

BELGRADE - Measures taken by the Pristina authorities tighten the noose around the neck of Kossovo Serbs and systematically push them out of the southern Serbian province by intimidating them in the spirit of ethnic cleansing, said the spokeswoman for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova.

BELGRADE - The Serbian honorary consul in New Zealand, Stevan Berber, said that according to unofficial information, there are no Serbian citizens among the victims of the Christchurch shootings. /end/sg