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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - June 11, 2019




BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - Minister of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska Dragan Lukač told the National Assembly on Tuesday he backs a legal solution that will provide better retirement conditions to the local police officers. The Srpska parliament is set to discuss the bill on business incentives as a matter of urgency, and after the agenda point “MPs’ Questions and Answers - Topical Hour” also discussed will be the Information on the state of security in Republika Srpska in 2018 and in the period January-late April 2019. This part of the session is closed to the public whereupon the National Assembly will issue a press release.

BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - Head of the PDP caucus in the National Assembly Perica Bundalo believes that the part of the session where MPs are going to discuss the Information on the state of security in 2018 and in the period January-April 2019 should not be closed to the public because the Ministry of Internal Affairs had officially published the document.

BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - The BiH Presidency Serb member Milorad Dodik says that as part of the gasification of Republika Srpska which will be realised with the Russian company Gazprom, the plan is to build a primary pipeline from Bijeljina to Banjaluka, as well as two gas power plants.

BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - Minister of Scientific and Technological Development, Higher Education and Information Society Srđan Rajčević says the goal of Building Effective, Accountable, and Inclusive Institutions, a conference that kicked off Tuesday in Ankara, is for Europe and Central Asia to share experiences in the transformation of governance, that is, operations of state institutions in a dynamic technological environment.

BANJALUKA, 11. JUNA /SRNA/ - Minister of Transport and Communications of Republika Srpska Neđo Trninić believes that a warning strike staged late last week by certain representatives of trade unions of the railway company Željeznice Republike Srpske was unjustified and is convinced that some union leaders are more interested in their own goals and positions than in those of the workers they represent.

BANJALUKA, June 10 /SRNA/ - Marko Grabovac, the chairman of the committee of families of captured, fallen veterans and missing civilians of Republika Srpska, finds it unacceptable that Ilija Glavić, who is suspected of numerous 1990s war crimes against Serbs in Posavina, is still a free man.

SREBRENICA, June 11 /SRNA/ - The Srebrenica Organisation of Captured and Fallen Serb Veterans and Missing Persons’ Families say they are witnessing a continuing belittling and ignorance of Serb casualties and a malicious attitude and offence of Serb victims’ families after the US Ambassador to BiH Eric Nelson on Monday visited the Memorial Centre in Potočari and expressed his regret for only the Bosniak victims.

KOTOR VAROŠ, June 11 /SRNA/ - A memorial service and wreath laying ceremony at a memorial honouring fallen veterans in Kotor Varoš on Tuesday marked the 27th anniversary of the 1st Light Kotor Varoš Infantry Brigade, whose 109 members had given their lives for the defence of Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - Members of the Administration of Organised and Serious Crime of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs arrested a person identified as S.P. on Tuesday morning in the scope of an investigation about aggravated murder of Slaviša Krunić and Žarko Pavlović. The operation was carried out under the supervision of the Prosecutor’s Office of Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - The Serbian Orthodox Church, Church Municipality of Banjaluka, the Cathedral Church of Jesus Christ the Saviour sent a request to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska asking to be provided unobstructed usage of the church yard for religious and other social events organised by the Church.


BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - BiH Presidency Chairman Milorad Dodik says Head of the EU Delegation to BiH Lars-Gunnar Wigemark told him during their Banjaluka meeting too that formation of authorities at the BiH level, and in the Federation of BiH and in Cantons was a requirement without which there could not be any further talks about the country’s path to the European Union.

SARAJEVO, June 10 /SRNA/ - Russian Ambassador to BiH Petr Ivantsov stated on Monday independence was key for judiciary and that the OHR was undermining the rule of law in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

SARAJEVO, June 10 /SRNA/ - The Second-Instance Disciplinary Commission of the BiH High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council on Monday rejected a complaint from the Office of the Disciplinary Prosecutor against HJPC President Milan Tegeltija, Dnevni Avaz reported unofficially.


BELGRADE/WAHINGTON, June 11 /SRNA/ - Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić says there is intelligence findings about the Priština side intending to carry out unilateral operations that could destabilise north Kosovo, adding that their plan is to occupy the Trepča Mines and that they might also lay different kinds of explosive devices throughout the north.

BELGRADE /NEW YORK, June 11 /SRNA/ - UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres met with Serbian diplomacy chief Ivica Dačić and expressed concern about the situation in Kosovo and Metohija after a recent operation by the Kosovo police forces in the north of the province and arrests of UNMIK officers at the time.

BANJALUKA, June 11 /SRNA/ - The 41-year-old Darko Anđelković from Raška, a hero of the Košare outpost battle in Kosovo and Metohija during the NATO aggression on Yugoslavia in 1999, says the documentary feature "Ratne priče sa Košara" /War stories from Košare/ has raised the nation’s awareness and brought it an incredible story about the defence of homeland.


BELGRADE, June 11 /SRNA/ - Miodrag Linta, the chairman of the Serbian Assembly Committee for Diaspora and Serbs in the Region, called on the international community to react to ethnic-based attacks on Serbs in Croatia. /end/dš