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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - December 30, 2020

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković announced that the Srpska Government would make a decision at today's session to financially assist the municipalities of Kozarska Dubica and Kostajnica that were hit by earthquake, and assessed that the Republic institutions responded adequately to natural disaster.

EAST SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Acting Director of the Republic Civil Protection Administration Milan Novitović told SRNA that the Republic Administration, through the European Protection and Rescue Mechanism, offered help to Croatia, which was hit by a devastating earthquake yesterday.

EAST SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Acting Director of the Republic Civil Protection Administration Milan Novitović, says that the municipality of Kostajnica is most affected by the earthquake, as more than 60 percent of buildings were damaged to a greater or lesser extent.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Kostajnica Mayor, Nikola Janjetović, told SRNA that two more quakes have been recorded in the municipality this morning, additionally damaging the buildings and leaving approximately 70 persons without conditions to stay in their homes.

KOZARSKA DUBICA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Kozarska Dubica Mayor, Radenko Reljić, confirmed today that yesterday's earthquake caused significant material damage to private and social facilities in Kozarska Dubica and called on citizens to report it.

NOVI GRAD, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Novi Grad Municipality Mayor, Miroslav Drljača, told SRNA this morning that earthquake damage on 38 buildings has been reported so far in this local community.

ZVORNIK, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - A billboard was set up in Zvornik with a message of support for the Serb member and chairman of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, wishing him speedy recovery.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Amendments to the Decree on vouchers use terms and conditions, adopted by the Republika Srpska Government, extend the deadline for citizens to use vouchers in catering facilities for accommodation until June 30, 2021 in Srpska.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Banjaluka Mayor, Draško Stanivuković, says that the walkway on the West Transit, which was damaged in the earthquake, was closed, and that kindergartens in the city area will work normally today.

ŠAMAC, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - The keys of two newly built and one renovated house, with a total value of around BAM 100,000 were handed over to the users in Šamac today, thus completing the second phase of the 2014 Flood Recovery Programme.

BiH

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Council of Ministers Chairman Zoran Tegeltija says he does not expect the support of the current government in BiH for IMF’s rigid letter of intent and voices hope that the IMF will be more ready for key topics needed in the arrangement with BiH in the first quarter of 2021 readiness.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Council of Ministers Chairman Zoran Tegeltija sent a telegram of condolences to Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and the citizens of that country over the devastating earthquake that hit Petrinja and its surroundings.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Minister of Finance and Treasury in the Council of Ministers Vjekoslav Bevanda and UN Resident Coordinator in BiH Ingrid MacDonald signed Wednesday a joint infrastructure strengthening programme for financing the Sustainable Development Goals worth approximately $ 1.3 million.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - BiH has made an advance payment for 1,232,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines, while the EU will provide doses in the amount of additional EUR 70 million for the Balkan countries, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Council of Ministers announced Wednesday.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - The House of Representatives of the FBiH Parliament urgently adopted the 2021 Budget Proposal of BAM 5.5 billion.

SERBIA

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, sent a letter to the Government of Serbia in which he asked for one million Euros from free funds to be transferred to the Government of Croatia as aid due to a series of earthquakes that hit this country, Tanjug reported.

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - The head of the Russian Direct Investments Fund, Kirill Dmitriev, states that the Sputnik Five vaccine will be delivered to Hungary and Venezuela, and that good cooperation news with Serbia are expected soon.

REGION

ZAGREB - The Croatian Government has declared January 2 the Day of Mourning due to the devastating earthquake that hit the Sisak-Moslavina County.

ZAGREB, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Central Croatia was hit by a new earthquake at 9.21 am, which was felt from Petrinja and Sisak to Velika Gorica and Novi Zagreb, Croatian media report.

DVOR, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Dvor Mayor, Nikola Arbutina, told SRNA there were no casualties or injured in this local community, but that the earthquake caused huge material damage.

LJUBLJANA, DECEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - The Slovenian Government is sending aid to Croatia, which includes, among other things, housing containers, tents and generators, needed after the earthquake.

WORLD

BEIJING, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - The third phase of clinical trials of Sinopharm's Covid 19 vaccine showed 79 percent medicine efficiency, the Chinese pharmaceutical giant announced.

ANKARA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA-Reuters/ - This morning, Turkey received the first amount of Covid 19 vaccine manufactured by the Chinese Sinovav, seven days after Ankara announced that the medicine is safe and efficient based on the results of the third testing phase. /end/vos