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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - October 20, 2017




BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik sent Thursday a telegram of condolence to Serbian Ambassador to BiH, Stanimir Vukicevic, over the death of Serbian Consul General in Mostar, Goran Stojkovic, adding that his death was a great loss not only for his family and friends, but also for Serbian diplomacy.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Research Centre of War, War Crimes and Tracing Missing Persons will present a publication entitled "Intentional Force on Republika Srpska" and monograph "Judicial Falsehood" at the upcoming International Book Fair in Belgrade.


SARAJEVO - Inspectors of the Service for Foreigners' Affairs apprehended a citizen of Serbia with initials A.F. because he/she is linked to organised crime and poses a threat to BiH's national security.

SARAJEVO - BiH Presidency Chairman Dragan Covic sent a telegram of condolences to Serbian Ambassador to BiH, Stanimir Vukicevic, over the death of Serbian Consul General in Mostar, Goran Stojkovic.


KAKANJ - Several tombstones have been desecrated at the local Orthodox graveyard in the village of Karaula near Kakanj, priest Dragisa Cvjetkovic of Dobrinja told SRNA.

SARAJEVO - Pensioners in the Federation of BiH say they will protest outside the building of the FBiH Government in Sarajevo on Wednesday, October 25, "even if they crawl" because, as they say, they "are fed up."


BELGRADE - Russian Defence Minister Sergey Shoygu arrived in Belgrade, and was welcomed at the Nikola Tesla Airport with the highest state and military honors.

BELGRADE - Terrorism, illegal migration and illegal money flows are the biggest security challenges in the world today, said Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation /CSTO/, Yuri Khachaturov, who is attending the CSTO Youth Forum in Belgrade.


BELGRADE - Serbian doctors will not examine seriously ill General Ratko Mladic next week because the Hague Tribunal has informed the defence team it is not in a position to organise medical examination, said Branko Lukic, a defence lawyer.

MOSCOW - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said during a meeting with Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic that it is necessary to restore all mechanisms of bilateral cooperation, and stressed the importance of regular and pragmatic dialogue.

ZAGREB - Ante Todoric, the older son of Agrokor's founder Ivica Todoric, a suspect in an affair related to this concern, returned to Croatia and should now be heard in the State Prosecutor's Office, his attorney Fran Olujic conformed. /end/vos