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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - August 3, 2020




BANJALUKA, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska President Željka Cvijanović and Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik are attending tomorrow’s marking of the Remembrance Day of all Serbs killed and expelled in the armed operation co0nducted by the Croatian army and police "Storm", which will be held in Sremska Rača.

EAST SARAJEVO, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - The East Sarajevo City Assembly adopted Monday the information on the University in this city, as well as the information on student standard institutions in the city for 2019/2020.

SARAJEVO, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - Cooperative "Smokvica" formed by the Women's Centre Trebinje will establish the first organic fig plantation in BiH on nine hectares of land near this city allocated to them by the city of Trebinje and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of Republika Srpska under a long-term lease.


SARAJEVO, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - Deputy Security Minister in the Council of Ministers, Nedeljko Jović, believes that Austria is going to assist BiH in finding the best possible solution for establishing illegal migrants’ extradition system to send them back to the countries of their origin.


DRVAR, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - Serb deputies and ministers of Livno Canton will not participate in the work of cantonal institutions until waste from Italy is removed from Drvar, Deputy Speaker of the Cantonal Assembly Dragana Damjanović told SRNA, considering that the Parliament failed to adopt on Monday the SNSD deputies’ conclusions on illegally imported and stored waste in the municipalities of Drvar and Bosansko Grahovo.


NOVI SAD, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - The Vojvodina Public Health Institute assesses the epidemiological situation in Vojvodina as unfavorable, considering that the coronavirus widely spread last week in all its municipalities.


BELGRADE, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - Coordination of the Associations of Refugees and Displaced Persons in Serbia and the Association Zavičaj Belgrade assesses that Croatian Deputy Prime Minister from the ranks of Serb people, Boris Milošević’s possible attendance at the Croatian celebration of Storm operation in Knin would legalize ethnic cleansing and pogrom of Serbs in Croatia and be an act of treason, not a sacrifice to improve the status of Serbs.

BANJALUKA, AUGUST 3 /SRNA/ - Head of the Association of Serbs Expelled from Western Slavonia Krsta Žarković believes the announced Croatian Deputy Prime Minister from the ranks of Serb people, Boris Milošević’s attendance at the celebration of 25th anniversary of the criminal Storm operation conducted by the Croatian army and police is extremely unacceptable and insulting to the Serb victims of the war in Croatia. /end/vos