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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - January 2, 2018




BANJALUKA - National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic says when it comes to the passing of laws and adoption of thematic units, the parliament of Republika Srpska is the most efficient legislative institution in Bosnia and Herzegovina and even in the region and that it passed 53 laws in 2017.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining Petar Djokic believes the Government of Republika Srpska should keep selling 64 per cent of shares in the Ljubija Iron Ore Mine RZR in 2018 and suggests the model of stock sale conducted by the Entity Investment and Development Bank /IRB/.

BELGRADE - Political analyst Dragomir Andjelkovic told Srna the American “deep state” and its Balkan pawns from Sarajevo and beyond will try to intensify pressures on Republika Srpska in 2018, especially since it is an election year.

BANJALUKA - The amount of sales in property, land and other real estate in Republika Srpska in 2017 was BAM483,750,934 while the price of the most expensive flat sold was BAM631,000, according to the data in the Register of Immovable Properties kept by the Entity Geodetic and Property Affairs Administration.

SAMAC - Mayor of Samac Djordje Milicevic announced a new quality of social policy for 2018, which will be implemented by the municipality.

PRNJAVOR - Two baby boys were born at the Prnjavor maternity clinic on the first day of 2018, the Health Centre confirmed to Srna on Tuesday.

DOBOJ - Three people from the Federation of BiH sustained light injuries after their car plunged into the Spreca River on the main road in the Doboj settlement of Gavrici, the Doboj Police Administration reported.

PALE - The school of sport Prvi sportski koraci will hold a course in skiing on Ravna Planina in Pale January 15-20, ski instructor Marijana Koroman told Srna.


SARAJEVO - Residents of Maglaj and members of the Federation of BiH Civil Protection Administration early on Tuesday resumed the search for 18-year-old Esad Omersoftic whose car slid into the Bosna River near Maglaj on New Year’s.


BELGRADE - More than 60,000 people rang in the New Year in Belgrade and Novi Sad in city squares and no incidents were reported during the celebrations, said Serbian Police Director Vladimir Rebic.


BRUSSELS - The year 2018 will be a challenge for the Balkans in terms of consolidating its reform path, said EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini.


TEHRAN - Saudi Arabia is among the key players behind the riots in Iran, said Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran. /end/ds