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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - February 20, 2020




BANJALUKA, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - SNSD member of the Republika Srpska National Assembly Srđan Mazalica has said that a statement by SDA president Bakir Izetbegović that “the crisis in BiH will disappear if Milorad Dodik disappears from the political scene” is very rude and brutal, and can be interpreted as a call to murder.

EAST SARAJEVO, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - The East Sarajevo Organization of Blind and Visually Impaired Persons says that by his statement that “parliamentary majority members are blind” and don’t know what to do and where to go, PDP member of the Republika Srpska National Assembly Draško Stanivuković insulted all blind persons in Srpska.

BELGRADE, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - The Jahorina Olympic Center presented today at the International Tourism Fair in Belgrade its summer potentials and attractions, including the Olympic bar at the summit.


SARAJEVO, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - The European Commission today praised BiH’s participation in the Erasmus Plus Program in which it is the leading partner country in the region, announced the European Integration Directorate.

SARAJEVO, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - Pathologist Hamza Žujo said today that he had conducted the autopsy of mortal remains of two persons and a DNA analysis had determined that they were members of the JNA who had been killed on April 22, 1992, in the Great Park in Sarajevo.


SARAJEVO, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - The Sarajevo Stock Exchange today had a turnover of BAM 3,519,703 and traded 775,062 shares in 13 transactions.


BELGRADE, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - The Serbian Government today adopted a proposed bill on confirming an agreement with the Council of Ministers on the implementation of the project of construction of the Belgrade-Sarajevo-Belgrade motorway/express road.


PODGORICA, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA/ - His Grace Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral Amfilohije and the Bishop of Mileševa, Atanasije, are celebrating a moleban to the Most Holy Mother of God in the Church of St. Petka in Pljevlje, after which they will head a prayer procession in the city streets.


GENEVA, FEBRUARY 20 /SRNA-Reuters/ - A decline in the number of new cases of coronavirus infections in China is encouraging, but it is still early to say if the trend will continue, announced the World Health Organization /WHO/. /end/sg