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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - September 20, 2020




BANJA LUKA, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska National Assembly should discuss the Draft Law on Administrative Inspection, the Draft Law on Derventa City, as well as the Report of the Ministry of Interior about work for the past year at its regular session, scheduled for Tuesday, September 22.

EAST SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - 74 new members joined the City Board of the SNSD East Sarajevo.

BANJA LUKA, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - Infection with the coronavirus was confirmed in 45 persons and two deaths were reported in the Republika Srpska, it is the new data of the Institute of Public Health.

BANJA LUKA, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - The documentary film "Guardian of Honor and Pride" about the guardian of the Serbian cemetery in Zejtinlik Đorđe Mihailović is important for the culture of remembrance, but also to emphasize the sacrifice the Serbian people made in the First World War, the Head of the Republika Srpska Representation in Thessaloniki Jelena Jovanović said SRNA.


BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - The Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications of Serbia Rasim Ljajic confirmed that he is leaving the ministerial position after 20 years.

BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - About ten thousand citizens returning from abroad applied for health supervision in Serbia from Friday to Sunday morning, the director of the "Batut" Institute, Verica Jovanović said.


BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral Amfilohije said that he would not die before returning the Church of Saint Peter of Cetinje at the top of Lovćen.

PODGORICA, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - The leader of the True Montenegro Marko Milačić believes that President Milo Đukanović will flee the country.

BUDAPEST, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - Hungarian police have discovered a new tunnel for smuggling migrants under the fence on the border with Serbia.

ZAGREB, SEPTEMBER 20 /SRNA/ - Croatia has 197 new cases of coronavirus infection today, while four people have died, the National Civil Protection Headquarters announced. /end/bo