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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - March 15, 2019




BANJALUKA - Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic condemned Friday terrorist attacks in New Zealand which left 49 people killed, saying joint efforts must be made against the global problem.


SARAJEVO - SDA leader Bakir Izetbegovic says authorities need to be formed quickly as deadlines have long been missed and adds that his party’s priorities in the Council of Ministers are the ministries of finance, defence, foreign affairs, justice and civil affairs.

NEUM - What Bosnia and Herzegovina needs are amendments to its Constitution, specifically the principles of constituent peoples, while constitutional reforms require a dialogue-friendly environment. This is a conclusion of the scientific conference “European Constitution for BiH” in Neum whose one organiser, among others, was the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in BiH.

BRCKO - The Brcko Assembly accepted the labour bill in the first reading and there will be two public debates before it is finally adopted in the second reading.


VELIKA KLADUSA - A migration crisis committee in Velika Kladusa warns of a potential protest of local residents in case their conclusions are not adopted, including a request for an urgent closure of the illegal camp Miral and an engagement of BiH Armed Forces in protecting the state borders, especially those with the EU.


PRISTINA - KFOR has raised the state of combat readiness in Kosovo in order to prevent possible incidents, KFOR Command told Srna.

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic accepted an invitation from his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov to visit Moscow on April 17.

BELGRADE - Grenadian Foreign Minister Peter David stated Friday in Belgrade his country firmly stands by the decision to revoke its recognition of Kosovo’s independence and will wait to see the outcome of negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina. /end/ds