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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - December 2, 2020

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - Minister of Labor, War Veterans and Disabled Persons' Protection of Republika Srpska Duško Milunović has said that if the budget for war veterans and disabled persons' protection remains at the same level, the priority of the Republika Srpska Government will be to regularly pay these benefits.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska achieved excellent results in foreign trade in September and October this year, and foreign trade was characterized by a greater export of goods and a smaller import compared to September and October of last year, the Republika Srpska Bureau of Statistics told Srna.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - Acting director of the Republika Srpska Inspection Administration Dragutin Škrebić has confirmed to Srna that he resigned from office.


BiH

BRUSSELS, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - European Enlargement Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi  said today, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords, that it's been a long way, but that there is still much work to do and that Brussels will help BiH to overcome difficulties, which, he says, are a result of the legacy of war.

BRUSSELS, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell urged today that the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords be a turning point in the implementation of reforms so that BiH could progress from “Dayton to Brussels.”

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - At a meeting with Ambassador of Bulgaria to BiH Avgustina Cvetkova Karabaseva today, Chairman of the Council of Ministers Zoran Tegeltija said that the Council of Ministers remains committed to creating better conditions for business operations of domestic and foreign investors and called on Bulgarian investors to invest in BiH.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - President of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council /HJPC/ Milan Tegeltija is subjected to illegal surveillance, eavesdropping and recording which calls into the question his ability to perform his duty, and possibly the ability of other judges and prosecutors to perform their duties, in legal and safe conditions, says the Association of Judges of Republika Srpska.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - The suspended director of the FBiH Civil Protection Administration, Fahrudin Solak, was questioned today in premises of the Prosecutor's Office of BiH about the disputed purchase of 100 ventilators from China for the needs of the Federation of BiH /FBiH/, Solak's attorney Kadrija Kolić told Srna.


FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - The House of Representatives of the FBiH Parliament adopted today at an online meeting a draft bill on entrepreneurial infrastructure.


2020 ELECTIONS

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - Srebrenica Mayor Mladen Grujičić appealed to Serb and Croatian members of the Central Election Commission of BiH not to succumb to pressures while deciding on elections in Srebrenica and to rely exclusively on evidence.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - SDP leader Nermin Nikšić has told Srna that Saša Magazinović, who resigned from office of president of the party's Main Board, will remain in the SDP, but that changes will follow in the party after an analysis of election results is done.


SERBIA

BRUSSELS, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - Special EU Representative for the Belgrade-Priština dialogue Miroslav Lajcak said today that European prospects are the most important thing for this region and that dynamics of the past 25 years are closely tied to the region's European future.

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - In the past 24 hours, 52 people in Serbia died from the coronavirus and 7,919 tested positive for the virus of the 22,069 who were tested, said the Ministry of Heath today.

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - Bassist of legendary rock group “Riblja čorba" Miša Aleksić was cremated today at the Belgrade cemetery Lešće.


REGION

PODGORICA, DECEMBER 2 /SRNA/ - The development economic policy and improving competitiveness will be in the focus of the Montenegrin Government in the coming period, Montenegrin prime minister-designate Zdravko Krivokapić said in the Montenegrin Parliament and added that the consolidation of public finances and suppression of the gray economy are particularly important. /end/sg