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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - March 20, 2017




ROGATICA - In accordance with its possibilities, the municipality of Rogatica will contribute to the reconstruction of the Bridge on the Zepa River, which is on the national monuments list, in order to protect it from further deterioration, said today Deputy Head of Rogatica, Jelena Karadzic.

DOBOJ - A constitutive session of the Town Board of the Association of Children of Republika Srpska Fallen Soldiers "Heritage" was held this evening in Doboj and Jelena Milosevic was elected the first president.

GRADISKA - Poetry Festival "Knights of Spring" was opened today in the Cultural Centre Gradiska where more than 20 poets from Serbia, Montenegro and Republika Srpska, including the most famous Serbian rock musician and poet, Bora Djordjevic, performed.


TESLIC - Relations between the Bosniaks and Croats within the Federation of BiH /FBiH/ create the crisis in BiH, not Republika Srpska-BiH relations, BiH Presidency Chairman Mladen Ivanic said this evening in Teslic.

SARAJEVO - Chair of the Austrian Federal Council’s Friendship Group, Nurten Yilmaz, and BiH Council of Ministers Chairman, Denis Zvizdic, concluded at today's meeting in Vienna that it is necessary to remove all administrative barriers to improve the business environment in order to attract larger number of Austrian investors to BiH.

MOSTAR - Leader of the Croatian National Assembly /HNS/, Dragan Covic, stated today in Mostar that current political situation in BiH is worrying and that serious crisis of authority is at the scene.

SARAJEVO - The US Ambassador to BiH Maureen Cormack today visited national monument Bridge on the Zepa River, where urgent works on stabilization of the bridge has been completed, which the US Ambassador Special Fund for Cultural Preservation at the US Embassy in BiH donated $ 62,600 for.


BELGRADE - The most appropriate way to commemorate 120 years since the founding of the Society for the Construction of the Saint Sava Church is holding a two-week multimedia exhibition, concluded the members of the Society’s Executive Board at today's session.

BELGRADE - The book "A Judge in War and Peace (Sudija u ratu i miru)", authored by renowned investigative judge from Pristina, Danica Marinkovic, which contains the testimonies about the events in Racak, Klecka, and other events in Kosovo and Metohija, which Marinkovic investigated, was presented tonight in Belgrade.


SOFIA - Serbian film "Requiem for Mrs. J." directed by Bojan Vuletic was awarded by the International Federation of Film Critics /FIPRESCI/ at the 21st International Film Festival in Sofia. /end/vos