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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - February 13, 2018

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA – A proposed decision to take a loan of 51.3 million Euros from the World Bank’s International Bank for Reconstruction and Development for the project of restructuring the Republika Srpska Railways Company is before the Republika Srpska Parliament and is being reviewed in urgent procedure.

BANJALUKA – The 1st Serbian Uprising and Republika Srpska Veterans’ Day will be marked tomorrow in Visegrad, said the Republika Srpska Minister of Labor and Veterans’ Affairs, Milenko Savanovic.

BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska is among top ten small regions of the future for foreign investment strategy for 2018/2019, according to the ranking of the internet portal FDI Intelligence, a service of the British Financial Times magazine which publishes information on foreign investments.

BANJALUKA - The Executive Board of the Republika Srpska Organization of Families of Captured and Killed Soldiers and Missing Civilians supports the position of all municipal organizations which condemned the statement from BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic that the Serbs should “recognize genocide in Srebrenica.”

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO – The Serbian Democratic Party /SDS/ says that there is nothing disputable about arming members of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs with rifles, said the SDS vice-president, Kostadin Vasic.

BANJALUKA – The secretary of the Banjaluka Chamber of Commerce, Aleksandar Ljuboja, has said that the objective of the project titled “Cooplocal – the strengthening of cooperation between the Chamber of Commerce and municipalities in providing support to the economic development at the local level” is to promote prospects for investing in local communities and to support the economic development.


PRNJAVOR – As part of implementing measures to improve the demographic situation, Prnjavor Municipality disbursed KM 15,000 to six families from this municipality to cover costs of in vitro fertilization.

PRNJAVOR – The European Athletic Association this year assigned the international street race in Prnjavor the status of the third golden star, the president of the Prnjavor Athletic Club, Zeljko Petrovic, told SRNA.

MILICI – Six young Syrian nationals, who were discovered in Milici and are suspected of illegally crossing the BiH border, were surrendered today to the Bijeljina Centre for Foreigners, sources from the Zvornik Police Administration told SRNA.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO – The BiH Minister of Finance and Treasury, Vjekoslav Bevanda, has signed a grant agreement with the Dutch Government in the amount of 2.9 million Euros intended for modernization of the regional road R-435 between Nevesinje and Berkovici, announced the Dutch Embassy in BiH.

SARAJEVO – BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak said today in Kuwait that BiH remains firmly committed to being a part of the global fight against terrorism.

SARAJEVO – Along with measures the border police are undertaking to safeguard the border and citizens of BiH, they are treating illegal migrants in keeping with the international humanitarian law, the director of the BiH Border Police, Zoran Galic, said today in Sarajevo.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO – SDS vice-president Kostadin Vasic said today in Istocno Sarajevo that nobody, including BiH Security Minister Dragan Mektic, should comment on the events in Srebrenica.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, VRGIN MOST – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has promised at talks with Serbs in Vrginmost that Serbia will do everything in its power to resolve the issue of their unpaid pensions from the period 1995-1998, despite the lack of goodwill on the part of the Croatian side.

BELGRADE – Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov today sent a greeting to Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic on the occasion of February 15 – Serbia’s Statehood Day.

REGION

BELGRADE – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that the future of the Balkans today looks much brighter than one could foresee two decades ago when wars left 100,000 dead and expelled millions from their homes.

BELGRADE – The secretary-general of the Association of Serbs from Croatia, Milojko Budimir, has said that Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic is greatly mistaken if he thinks that Croatia would benefit from raising the issue of war reparations since it is realistic to expect that country to pay dozens of millions of Euros in war reparations to Serbia and Serbs.

BELGRADE – The president of the Coordination of Associations of Families of Missing Persons from the Former Yugoslavia, Dragan Pjevac, has said, commenting on announcements that representatives of the Associations of Families of Missing Persons from Croatia will meet with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic next week in Belgrade, that Coordination representatives should attend the meeting in order to try to find a way to unblock the search for missing Serbs. /end/sg