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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - December 30, 2020

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković has told Srna that the Government will pay around EUR 20,000 in aid to the Serbian people in Glina who suffered damages in the earthquake which hit Croatia.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30/SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković has told Srna that the Republika Srpska Headquarters for Emergency Situations will not tighten the recommended epidemiological measures during the upcoming holidays, saying that the current situation in connection with the coronavirus pandemic is not alarming.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - The Republika Srpska Government adopted today a program of public investments for the period 2021-2023 which contains information on investment programs that are being implemented and projects which the relevant ministries and institutions assessed as priority ones.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly Nedeljko Čubrilović wished a Happy New Year to citizens, expressing the hope that we will reinforce Republika Srpska and create better living conditions in the year 2021.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - The Ministry of the Economy and Entrepreneurship of Republika Srpska drafted a ranking list of 94 business entities for support to investment projects under conditions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

NOVI GRAD, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Novi Grad Mayor Miroslav Drljača has said during the tour of families whose houses were substantially damaged in the earthquake that 93 citizens reported damage and that five buildings are in a very poor condition.

BIJELJINA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Bijeljina Mayor LJubiša Petrović sent a telegram of condolence to Petrinja Mayor Darinko Dumbović on the occasion of a devastating earthquake which caused casualties and huge material damage, says a press release from the City Administration.


BiH

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - At talks about the migrant crisis, Chairman of the Council of Ministers Zoran Tegeltija and foreign policy adviser to the German Chancellor Jan Hecker agreed that the "Bira" camp in Bihać is the best solution for the accommodation of migrants at the moment.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Director of the BiH Border Police Zoran Galić held today a meeting in Sarajevo with heads of field offices. They agreed that it is necessary to abide by strategies and operational plans drafted by the BiH Border Police with the aim of preventing illegal migration and all forms of crimes.

BRČKO, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Brčko Mayor Esed Kadrić held a New Year's reception today for representatives of the media outlets working in the District.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - The Serbian Government decided to send one million Euros to Croatia to help it repair the damage caused by the devastating earthquake.

BEOGRAD, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Finance Minister Siniša Mali and the representative of the NLB Bank, Branislav Marić, signed today an "agreement on the transfer of shares" between Serbia and the NLB Bank, by which the sale of the Komercijalna Bank was brought to an end, said the Serbian Finance Ministry.

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - Serbia has increased its ownership in the national airline, Air Serbia, from 51 percent to 82 percent, while the ownership by Emirate's Etihad has been decreased from 49 to 18 percent.

REGION

GLINA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - President of the Serbian National Council Milorad Pupovac was verbally attacked today in Glina, where some people yelled at him 'kill Serb,' and some yelled the Ustashe greeting 'for the homeland ready.' Pupovac has said that residents of the village of Majske Poljane are afraid to leave their homes because of lootings and that they need help after the devastating earthquake, primarily containers for shelters.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - His Grace Bishop of Gornji Karlovac Gerasim has said that after a series of earthquakes, a great number of Orthodox churches and parish homes have been damaged and that numerous Serbian homes have been destroyed.

ZAGREB, DECEMBER 30 /SRNA/ - In the past 58 hours, 66 tremors struck Croatia, said the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center. /end/sg