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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - February 11, 2019




VIENNA - The SNSD president and the Serb member of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, and the president of the Austrian Freedom Party and Austrian Vice-Chancellor, Heinz-Christian Strache, spoke today in Vienna about the need to strengthen cooperation between these two parties and to deepen and reinforce relations between Austria and Republika Srpska.

BIJELJINA – Deputy Bijeljina Mayor Dragan Djurdjevic and the charge d’affaires of the Macedonian Embassy in BiH, Riste Velkovski, agreed that it is necessary to connect businessmen in Republika Srpska and Macedonia and expand cooperation from the field of culture to other fields.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO – Police officers of the Istocno Sarajevo Police Administration are in daily contact with police officers in the FBiH who are searching for multiple killer Edin Gacic and are ready to provide them with support if necessary, the head of the Istocno Sarajevo Police Administration, Branimir Sehovac, told SRNA today.

LOPARE – Some 50 households in Gornji Priboj near Lopare are jeopardized by a landslide that appeared after heavy rains and snow and which damaged 50 m of a road, sources from Lopare Municipality told SRNA.


VIENNA – The Chairman of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, has said commenting on the booing during his speech at the opening of the European Youth Olympic Festival /EYOF/ in Sarajevo that this is about well known local animosities.

SARAJEVO – The Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers in a caretaking capacity, Denis Zvizdic, today called on representatives of pro-European politics who are committed to cooperation to vote for adoption of the proposed 2018/19 NATO annual national program and thus, he says, make a right and justified decision.

SARAJEVO – BiH Presidency member Sefik Dzaferovic and the Chinese Ambassador to BiH, Ji Ping, agreed that the relations between the two countries are at a high level and that a significant growth of economic cooperation has been recorded.


SARAJEVO – The Chairwoman of the FBiH House of Peoples, Lidija Bradara, has said that she will call a session of the House as soon as possible after the Central Election Commission partially or finally confirms results in connection with allocation of seats in the House and that she hopes that this could happen as early as at the beginning of next week.


PRISTINA – Ljah Brahimaj, a former member of the terrorist KLA, has said that he is summoned for questioning by the prosecutor’s office of the Special Court for Crimes of the KLA at The Hague at the beginning of March and confirmed that he will heed the call.

PRISTINA – The Prime Minister of self-declared Kossovo, Ramus Haradinaj, rejected a plea by Kossovo President Hasim Taci to immediately suspend customs dues on products from central Serbia and BiH, in keeping with the US ultimatum, sources from the office of the Kossovo Prime Minister told SRNA.


SPLIT – Split Mayor Andro Krstulovic Opara has said commenting on an incident that occurred in that city that Split is not and will not be a city which tolerates hate speech and that those who support it are not Split.

ZAGREB – The office of the president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, says that Tajani’s statement that Istria and Dalmatia are Italy was misinterpreted, that he did not think anything bad and that he will not apologize for it. /end/sg