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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - December 1, 2020




BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - The National Assembly of Republika Srpska convened in Banjaluka to review in urgent procedure a proposed second revised Republika Srpska 2020 Budget amounting to BAM 3.636 billion, which is BAM 23 million more than the first revised budget. Finance Minister Zora Vidović has said that the Budget for next year will include funds for pension increase. “Harmonizing pensions with a growth of wages is mandatory and the Republika Srpska Government is obliged to calculate a percentage of pension increase. This year, wages grew 5.2 percent and cost of living raised 1 percent, on the basis of which we will calculate a percentage of pension increase and planned funds in the Budget for next year,” Vidović said at a meeting of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska during Question Time.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - Overall funds planned by the second revised Budget of Republika Srpska amount to BAM 3.63 billion, which is BAM 23 million /0.6 percent/ more than the planned revised budget.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Radovan Višković will speak today by video link with representatives of the International Monetary Fund /IMF/.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER /SRNA/ - Internal Affairs Minister Dragan Lukač has said that the Headquarters for Emergency Situations of Republika Srpska is currently not considering curfew and more restrictive measures on the eve of New Year's holidays.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - The Bureau of Statistics of Republika Srpska will carry out as of today until December 15 a poll titled “annual statistical research of farms” which will include 7,186 farms in Republika Srpska.

ŠAMAC, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - Wheat has been sown in Republika Srpska on almost 40,000 ha, as planned, and given that there was some rain and hot weather, crops that have sprouted so far are in good condition, president of the Alliance of Farmers Associations of Republika Srpska Stojan Marinković told Srna.


PALE, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - Radomir Lukić, a professor at Faculty of Law of the East Sarajevo University, has said that the time has come to end the term of the OHR in BiH not only because of actions, statements and unilateral positions of the High Representative to BiH, Valentin Inzko, but also because the time has come for the three peoples and the two entities to take over the fate of BiH which was reassembled in Dayton after it collapsed in March 1992.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Council of Ministers Bisera Turković asked Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu that Turkey take over the lobbying for appointment of BiH Court judge Jasmina Ćosić Dedović, who is a member of the defense team of commander of the so-called Army of BiH in Srebrenica Naser Orić, as judge of the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague, reports the Glas Srpske daily.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - Political directors of member states of the Peace Implementation Council /PIC/ will meet today and tomorrow by video link to review the implementation of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in BiH and the overall situation in BiH, said the OHR.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - A negative PCR test not older than 48 hours or testing for the coronavirus and self-isolation until a negative result, are some of the new measures of the Civil Protection Staff that will be in force as of today until December 15.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - On orders of the Prosecutor's Office of BiH, police officers of the State Investigation and Protection Agency /Sipa/ of BiH are conducting searches in the areas of Tuzla and Srebrenica, and these activities are directed against persons suspected of illegal activities in connection with this year's elections, said the Prosecutor's Office of BiH.


SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - So far, 249 persons in the Federation of BiH have been diagnosed with HIV infection, 105 of them developed AIDS and 52 died.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - As of this morning, police officers of the State Investigation and Protection Agency /Sipa/ of BiH have been searching housing and business premises in Tuzla Canton and Srebrenica, and movable objects used by three persons believed to be tied to forging documents and illegal use of personal data.


BELGRADE, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA/ - Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić has announced that new, more restrictive measures aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus will be announced today or tomorrow.


ZAGREB, DECEMBER 1 /SRN/ - Covid-19 has become the leading cause of death in Croatia, surpassing cardiovascular and malignant diseases which usually take the first places.


NEW YORK, DECEMBER 1 /SRNA-Reuters/ - The covid-19 pandemic led to a 40 percent increase in the number of people needing humanitarian assistance all over the world, announced the UN as it appealed for around $35 billion for these needs next year. /end/sg