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English11/02/2019

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - February 11, 2019

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

JEZERO – The Republika Srpska Government will financially assist the rehabilitation of the River Josavka riverbed in Jezero municipality and the project is worth around KM 600,000, it was said today at a meeting between Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic and Jezero Mayor Snezana Ruzicic.

PALE – Many changes are planned this year in the field of employment, as well as amendments to the Labor Law, the aim of which is to create favorable environment for the creation of new jobs and increase of salaries, said the Minister of Labor and Veterans’ Affairs, Dusko Milunovic.

BANJALUKA – This year, 1,045 migrants entered BiH, and increased movement has been registered in Gradiska, Prijedor and Banjaluka, Republika Srpska Police director Darko Culum has told SRNA.

SARAJEVO – The influx of migrants has been significantly decreased due to poor weather and only 1,054 migrants have been registered since the beginning of the year in BiH. Having in mind that it is possible that they will appear in greater numbers in the spring, better control is one of the priorities in order not to overload the accommodation capacities in the Una-Sana Canton, says the BiH Ministry of Security after a meeting of the Operational Staff for Migration Issues in BiH.


BANJALUKA – A film about controversial Croatian Bishop Alojzije Stepinac, which was screened at the Croatian state TV, is an attempt to forge history and it should alarm the public in Republika Srpska, historians, archivists and politicians, says the president of the Association of Descendants of Victims of the Ustashe Crimes, February 7, 1942, Nebojsa Pantic.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

JEZERO - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic has said that there is no need to comment on the behavior of those who booed the Chairman of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, at the Asim Ferhatovic Hase stadium in Sarajevo because, he says, where the reasons stops, BiH starts.

SARAJEVO - Serb delegate in the BiH House of Peoples Dusanka Majkic told Srna the booing of BiH Presidency Chair Milorad Dodik and every mention of Republika Srpska during the opening ceremony of the European Youth Olympic Festival /EYOF 2019/ on Sunday sent a very bad message to the world.

MOSTAR – HDZ president Dragan Covic said today in Mostar that it is important to form authorities at all government levels soon and stressed the priority of amending the Election Law in keeping with decisions of the BiH Constitutional Court and the Court of Human Rights.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations in a caretaking capacity, Mirko Sarovic, and the newly-appointed ambassador of China to BiH, Ji Ping, have said that the economic and trade cooperation between the two countries is on the rise and that such a trend should be continued.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Court has issued a decree to transfer proceedings against the former BiH chief prosecutor, Goran Salihovic, accused of abuse of office or powers, to the Sarajevo Municipal Court, said lawyer Rifat Konjic.

SARAJEVO – The FBiH Police Administration, in cooperation with the Ministries of Internal Affairs of the Sarajevo, Central Bosnia, Zenica-Doboj and the Herzegovina-Neretva Cantons, is searching for multiple killer Edin Gacic, who has been on the run for seven days.


FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO – The BiH Central Election Commission today allocated five seats to members of the FBiH House of Peoples – one seat to a Bosniak, two seats to members from among others and two seats out of five seats to House members from among the Serbs.

MOSTAR – Mostar police are searching for two masked and armed persons who today robbed Intesa Sanpaolo Bank in that city, the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs told SRNA.

SERBIA

BELGRADE – Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic and the BiH Ambassador to Serbia, Lazar Mirkic, agreed that relations between the two countries have been improved in the past four years, that they are characterized by intensive political dialogue, and that there is readiness to develop them further to the mutual benefit.

BELGRADE – The Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Zorana Mihajlovic, and the Ambassador of China to Belgrade, Chen Bo, spoke today about the implementation of infrastructure projects of the two states, worth a total of 5 billion Euros.

BELGRADE – Serbian translator Vera Horvat is the recipient of the Russian award “Word that Connects” for the best translation from the Russian language, reported Sputnik today.


REGION

SKOPLJE – A NATO flag will be raised tomorrow in front of the seat of the Macedonian Government in Skoplje on the occasion of Macedonia’s accession to NATO.

PODGORICA – Kotor is among the 15 best vacation places in Europe for this year, in the 13th place, it was published on the Internet site the Best European Destinations. /end/sg