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SRNA News Roundup /IV/- June 19, 2017




BIJELJINA - Minister of Education and Culture of Republika Srpska, Dane Malesevic, said today in Bijeljina that the schools with enough candidates will introduce Chinese language as an optional subject as of September.

BANJALUKA - The book "Hronika prognanih Krajisnika 4 /Chronicle of Expelled Krajina People 4/ ” by Savo Strbac, the director of the Veritas Documentation and Information Centre, which organised promotion, was presented this evening in the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Republika Srpska in Banjaluka.


SARAJEVO - During separate meetings with euro-parliamentarians, the chair of the Council of Ministers of BiH, Denis Zvizdic, thanked today in Brussels for the support shown for BiH’s European path through the European Parliament’s resolution and ongoing activities and initiatives for the benefit of BiH.

SARAJEVO - At today's telephone session, the Council of Ministers of BiH established the proposed negotiation basis for signing the agreement with the Government of China on mutual abolition of visas for passport holders.

SARAJEVO - BiH Minister of Transport and Communications, Ismir Jusko, and entity line ministers, Nedjo Trninic and Denis Lasic, failed today to agree on final expressway route Sarajevo-Belgrade, but the meeting on this topic is going to be held on July 20 and would be participated by the prime ministers of Republika Srpska, Zeljka Cvijanovic, and the Federation of BiH, Fadil Novalic.

SARAJEVO - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of BiH has announced that it delivered required amount of visa stickers for the BiH Embassy in Riyadh and appointed a diplomat who is entering on duty in August.


NOVI SAD - The Government of AP Vojvodina has provided RSD 100 million /approximately 819,000 Euros/ for the procurement of /Magnetic Resonance Imaging/ MRI machine for the Children’s Hospital in Novi Sad.


PODGORICA - Montenegrin Education Minister Damir Sehovic has announced strict penalties for those who refuse to consistently implement regulations guaranteeing the equality of Cyrillic and Latin alphabets, announced the Organising Committee of the protest rally against the discrimination of the Cyrillic alphabet.

PODGORICA – Both alphabets, the Cyrillic and Latin, are equal when issuing certificates in schools in Montenegro, announced the Montenegrin Ministry of Education. /end/vos