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English15/03/2019

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - March 15, 2019

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

PALE - National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic stated Friday the exodus of Serbs from Sarajevo is the biggest ethnic cleansing after the 1995 Operation Storm and Second World War.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska President Zeljka Cvijanovic condemned a terrorist attack in New Zealand where many people were killed during prayer and many were injured, calling it an attack on modern values and one that warns the world again to put up a joint and resolute struggle against terrorism.

BANJALUKA - Marking World Consumer Rights Day on Friday, Republika Srpska Minister of Trade and Tourism Dragica Kovac stressed the importance of observing the rights of consumers, who contribute to market development and building of positive relations in trade and services.

PALE - National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic says Srpska institutions have very good cooperation with Pale and that the projects Mayor Bosko Jugovic told him about will definitely be supported.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Economy and Entrepreneurship Vjekoslav Petricevic told Mayor of Trebinje Mirko Djuric that Republika Srpska has a legal framework that facilitates the formation of free economic zones.

BANJALUKA - The Specialist Antiterrorism Unit of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska in cooperation with the Office of the Defence Attaché of the US Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina and the State Investigation and Protection Agency carried out a joint exercise in Banjaluka on Friday aiming to improve the capacity of special forces to respond to all kinds of emergencies.


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

PARIS - The Council of Europe Development Bank approved a EUR11 million loan to BiH for medical care of psychiatric patients in six clinics - four in Republika Srpska and two in the Federation of BiH.

SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik and incoming British Ambassador Matthew Field discussed the formation of the Council of Ministers, BiH’s European path and reform processes on Friday.

SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik received an incoming visit from head of EBRD in Bosnia and Herzegovina Ian Brown on Friday with whom he discussed the EBRD 2019 Annual Meeting which will take place in Sarajevo May 7-9.

SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik sent a telegram of condolence to New Zealand Governor-General Patsy Reddy over a terrorist attack in Christchurch which left 49 people killed and 48 severely injured.

SARAJEVO - BiH’s Caretaker Chair of the Council of Ministers Denis Zvizdic sent a telegram of condolence to New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern over terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch.

SARAJEVO - BiHs Caretaker Minister of Foreign Affairs Igor Crnadak says the terrorist attack in New Zealand is a monstrous crime and that its brutality and perfidy reminds everyone that struggle against all forms of terrorism must not stop.


FEDERATION OF BiH

DRVAR - Residents of the Serb returnee village Donji Tiskovac in Bosansko Grahovo claim they can see illegal migrants almost every day while the BiH Border Police say they have not registered any illegal migrants in the area so far.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic stated on Friday Serbia sharply condemns the terrorist attack in New Zealand and added that the attack, regardless of different reports, has nothing to do with Serbia.

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Innovation and Technological Development Nenad Popovic expressed gratitude to Russia in a meeting with Russian Ambassador in Belgrade Alexander Chepurin for its principled support to Serbia’s territorial integrity regarding Kosovo and the fact that the Russian Federation Council adopted a document denouncing the NATO 1999 air strikes.

BELGRADE - Moscow’s 2,000 strong audience watched the premiere of "Balkanska međa" /The Balkan Line/, a film inspired by Russia’s capturing of Airport Slatina in Pristina on June 12, 1999 in the wake of NATO bombing.

REGION

BELGRADE - The County Court in Rijeka sentenced Serb Rajko Krickovic, a member of the Croatian Army 118th Home Guard Regiment, to ten years in prison for a crime against Serb civilians committed after Operation Storm in August 1995, reports Centre Veritas from Belgrade. /end/ds