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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - June 18, 2019

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, June 18 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska President Željka Cvijanović said on Tuesday in Banjaluka that all Republika Srpska institutions would provide maximum support to cultural institutions, but also would offer concrete, rational and realistic solutions that would contribute to overcoming their problems.

BANJALUKA, June 18 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković called on representatives of insurance societies, which are main creators of the insurance sector in Srpska, to propose ideas to improve this field, and reiterated Government’s support to its further development.

BELGRADE, June 18 /SRNA/ - The Serbian Government will allocate 700,000-800,000 Euros for the construction of 25 anti-hail stations and antenna poles in Republika Srpska from where the area along the River Drina in Serbia will be protected, the Serbian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Branislav Nedimović, said on Tuesday.

SREBRENICA, June 18 /SRNA/ - Activists of the Eastern Initiative Association of Citizens on Tuesday put a memorial plaque on the wall of the former police station in Srebrenica, where Serbs were held captive, tortured and killed during the past war.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

BANJALUKA, June 18 /SRNA/ - Serb member and Chairman of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik says that Hungary's policy implies support for sovereignty and peace in BiH, but that Hungary is also interested in developing relations with all parts of BiH.

BUDAPEST, June 18 /SRNA/ - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban stated Tuesday his country will support the maintenance of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s unity and that efforts will also be made to foster the relations between Budapest and Banjaluka.

SARAJEVO, June 18 /SRNA/ - The Peace Implementation Council Steering Board urged “political and institutional leaders in BiH at relevant government levels to finish the formation of parliamentary and executive bodies at all levels without further delay.”

SARAJEVO, June 18 /SRNA/ - The Russian Federation dissents from the Communiqué of the Peace Implementation Council Steering Board because the “document is, unfortunately, biased and one-sided, it does not reflect the actual state of play in BiH, does not cover the current problems and basically does not contribute to building of inter-ethnic reconciliation and constructive dialogue nor seeking a compromise for internal matters in the country,” reports the Russian Embassy.

SARAJEVO, June 18 /SRNA/ - The High Representative to BiH, Valentin Inzko, has said that the Peace Implementation Council Steering Board once again urged for the formation of authorities at the level of BiH and the FBiH in order for BiH to resume the implementation of reforms.

SARAJEVO, June 18 /SRNA/ - The Chairperson of the BiH House of Representatives, Borjana Krišto, said on Tuesday that the House Collegium failed to reach agreement on agenda of the extraordinary session that was cut short on June 14, but that regardless of this, the House of Representatives has an obligation to vote on the agenda at a resumed session in the second round of vote.


FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO, June 18 /SRNA/ - Slovenia on Tuesday extradited to Bosnia and Herzegovina the former commissioner of the Una-Sana Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ramo Brkić, who was sentenced for organized crime.

DRVAR, June 18 /SRNA/ - Drvar Mayor Dušica Runić on Tuesday signed an agreement on the continuation of rehabilitation of the riverbed and banks of the River Unac in the urban part of Drvar Municipality. Works are worth around KM 100,000.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, June 18 /SRNA/ - The cornerstone was laid in Belgrade for the construction of Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases Dedinje 2 in the presence of Serbian President Aleksandra Vučić and representative of Republika Srpska and North Macedonia. The institute building will be completed in two years.


REGION

BELGRADE, June 18 /SRNA/ - The Veritas Documentation Center released the names of 11 Serbian victims from the past war in Croatia who have recently been identified in the Forensic Medicine Institute in Zagreb. The oldest victim was 88 years old.

PODGORICA, June 18 /SRNA/ - Former users of benefits for mothers with three and more children protested on Tuesday in Podgorica and said that no Montenegro’s president, prime minister or minister would deter them from the intention to restore their life-long vested right. /end/sg