ВИДЕО сервис
Све вијести

Најновије вијести

English22/03/2019

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - March 22, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska President Zeljka Cvijanovic voiced her expectation today that the newly -appointed Ambassador of BiH to Slovenia, Milorad Zivkovic, will be committed to working on the presentation of the economic potentials that Srpska and BiH have at their disposal in order to improve economic relations with Slovenia. ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Republika Srpska National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic said that all institutions in Srpska will support the newly built Hospital "Serbia" in Istocno Sarajevo to develop into a clinical centre. BANJA LUKA - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic announced today that the Government of Srpska will support the implementation of capital projects in Banjaluka, including the construction of a new roadway towards the University Clinical Centre of Republika Srpska, for which BAM 2.5 million should be allocated. MILICI - Large earth fall occurred in the underground mine pit “Bracan” of the Bauxite Mines in the Srebrenica area, which trapped miners Slavisa Zugic /aged 44/ from Milici and Branislav Ostojic /aged 30/ from Zvornik, the Bauxite Company announced. SREBRENICA - The miners of the underground mine pit "Bracan", located in the Srebrenica municipality, are working intensively on removing the earth fall that trapped two miners in the mine shaft, reports SRNA. VISEGRAD - Stari Brod near Visegrad marked today 77 years since the suffering of 6,000 Serbs who were brutally murdered by members of the infamous Ustasha’s "Black Legion" commanded by Jure Francetic in 1942, by serving memorial service and Divine Liturgy. BIJELJINA - BiH is known for good hydro potential, which should be used in the best possible way, but unfortunately, in Republika Srpska and FBiH, there are still many sites where water is not available to the citizens or is insufficient for all those connected to the existing water supply systems, said Nenad Djukic of the line ministry. BIJELJINA - Republika Srpska Army /VRS/ officer, Djoko Pajic, said today that the judgment acquitting him of all charges of allegedly committed crimes during the defensive-patriotic war in the Bijeljina region has become valid, after fabricated trial took place between 2012 and 2018. BANJALUKA/ - The Hydrometeorological Service of Republika Srpska is finalizing a project to improve hydrological monitoring in the Drina and Bosna river basins, which will provide information on water levels and potential hazards that it can produce, said Tomislav Sajic, director of this institute. BANJALUKA - Director General of the University Clinical Centre /UCC/ of Republika Srpska, Vlado Djajic, said that the management of this institution is committed to investing in staff education, which will be contributed by today's visit of nine experts from Serbia, who will, together with UCC doctors, perform complex surgical procedures and surgeries from the fields of their expertise. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency Chairman Milorad Dodik voiced his belief that the Republic of Croatia will give up its intention to dispose nuclear waste at the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, because it would, as he pointed out, further contaminate not only the relations in the region that desperately needs stability, but also the lives of the residents of that part of BiH. SARAJEVO - The BiH Presidency will ask Croatia to exclude Trgovska Gora in the municipality of Dvor, near the border with BiH, as a location intended for the disposal and storage of radioactive and nuclear waste. FEDERATION OF BiH MOSTAR - The Mostar Serbs Coordination called on today the deputies of the Serb People Caucus in the House of Peoples of the FBiH Parliament to support Serb representatives who were elected by the Serb people, i.e. the representatives of the Serb List, for the leadership of the House. SERBIA BELGRADE - His Highness Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral said that during the bombing of the FR Yugoslavia in 1999, he realized that what is happening today with Europe, led by the Alliance, is nothing new but a continuation of the Crusades, Napoleon attempts to conquer the world and fascist occupation. BELGRADE - Russian politician Sergey Baburin stressed today in Belgrade, referring to the consequences of the NATO aggression against FR Yugoslavia in 1999, that impunity is a terrible thing, but not having a hope they will ever be punished is even more terrible. WORLD BRUSSELS /SRNA-Reuters/ - European Council President Donald Tusk said today the EU was holding its line on the Golan Heights despite U.S. President Donald Trump's move to recognise Israeli sovereignty over the territory seized in war. /end/vos