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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - July 11, 2019




BANJALUKA, July 11 /SRNA/ - The Government of Republika Srpska has declared null and void a memorandum and conclusions signed with the company Batagon.

BANJALUKA, July 11 /SRNA/ - Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Radovan Višković will meet with Franz Schausberger, the special rapporteur of the European Commission, special adviser to the EU Commissioner for Enlargement Negotiations and President of the Institute of the Regions of Europe /IRE/, in Banjaluka on Friday.

EAST SARAJEVO, July 11 /SRNA/ - General Milomir Savčić, the head of the Veterans Association of Republika Srpska, claims that the biggest problem about shedding light on the truth about the 1990s events in Srebrenica is that the Bosniak side and international community want to declare every dead Bosniak killed.

PRIJEDOR, July 11 /SRNA/ - Mayor of Prijedor Milenko Đaković opened a newly-paved 2,100-metre road in Jutrogošta for which the city allocated around BAM240,000.


EAST SARAJEVO, July 11 /SRNA/ - The BiH Presidency Serb member and Chairman Milorad Dodik will attend a consecration of a renovated church of Saints Peter and Paul in the village of Borci in Konjic and a commemoration of little boys Petar and Pavle Golubović on the great Orthodox Christian Holiday of St Peter’s Day on Friday. The boys were killed together with their parents in Konjic in 1992.


DRVAR, July 11 /SRNA/ - Dragana Damjanović, the deputy chairwoman of the Livno Canton Assembly, says an initiative by the cantonal board of HDZ Livno for commemorating 24 years of, as they said, the liberation of Bosansko Grahovo, Glamoč and Drvar is a revision of history, and added that Serbs in Drvar will not allow any such event.


BELGRADE, July 11 /SRNA/ - Recent statements by certain European officials clearly imply that Serbia is being given a new requirement for European integration, and that is to admit to the false genocide in Srebrenica and declare itself a genocidal state, says Nenad Popović, the leader of the Serbian People’s Party /SNP/.


MOSCOW, July 11 /Reuters/ - Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky had a telephone conversation on Thursday and discussed settlement issues in the south-east of Ukraine and joint work on the return of persons held on both sides, the Kremlin reported. /end/dš