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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - November 19, 2020

 


 

2020 ELECTIONS

TREBINJE, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Smaller irregularities were noted during a recount of votes for mayor and at eight polling stations in elections for the Trebinje City Assembly, a difference being two to three votes on average compared to the vote counting on the election day, the City Election Commission told Srna.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has said that the health condition of His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Irinej is serious and that he was intubated today in the afternoon. He says that it is difficult to give any prognosis and that all we can do is to pray for the Patriarch’s health.

BELGRADE, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has said that hitman Čaba Der told Hungarian police that two criminal organizations from these parts offered him money to kill him. Vučić has said that he got this information this evening, that it is true that Čaba Der said this, adding that he is not afraid and is not interested in what some are trying to do.

BELGRADE, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - The Serbian Government made a decision to allow citizens of Albania to enter Serbia without a passport, only with a valid biometric ID card. The Government also decided to relocate the Historical Museum of Serbia to the building of the Main Railway Station in Belgrade which itself is a cultural monument of great importance.


REGION

PODGORICA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - In the past 24 hours, six persons in Montenegro died of the coronavirus, and 546 persons tested positive for the virus of the 1,715 who were tested, said the Institute of Public Health.

ZAGREB, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - New epidemiological measures will be prescribed by the end of the week, said this evening director of the Institute of Public Health of Croatia Krunoslav Cepak after a meeting between the National Civil Protection Staff and government representatives.

LJUBLJANA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Taxes on motor vehicles in Slovenia will be reduced three-fold according to a bill the government proposed today and additional tax on luxury cars with engine capacity above 2.5 liters will be abolished. /end/sg